Anthony Crupi, Advertising Age

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Past articles by Anthony:

Coronavirus gives TV a boost

The coronavirus pandemic has boosted TV usage, but it's anyone's guess how long it will last. → Read More

What happens to the fall TV schedule post-pandemic? A quick explainer

Out of more than 50 ordered pilots, only one is actually in the can. → Read More

Tokyo Olympics delayed one year after virus wipes out 2020 Games

NBC says it is 'actively working with our advertising partners to navigate this postponement.' → Read More

The IOC says it may consider postponing the Summer Olympics as the coronavirus rages on

The IOC says a definitive ruling on the fate of the Summer Olympics will arrive in four weeks' time. → Read More

Calls to put the Olympics on hold grow louder as coronavirus spreads: Sports Media Brief

As Americans shelter in place, it's becoming harder to reconcile with the Summer Olympics. But IOC boss says there's still plenty of time for Plan B—whatever that may be → Read More

Another blow for spring sports as Augusta postpones the Masters

A break with tradition for a tradition unlike any other. → Read More

March Sadness: NCAA tourney cancellation leaves ad market in limbo

After a series of unprecedented reversals, TV tries to adjust to a world without sports. → Read More

Sick leave: NBA hiatus could push the Finals back into midsummer

Adam Silver's COVID-19 quarantine is a shared sacrifice for fans and advertisers, leaving a ragged hole in the spring sports TV schedule. → Read More

March Madness meets 'A Quiet Place' as NCAA bans fans

For the 81-year-old tournament, the coronavirus imposes a new normal, but empty stands won't have a material impact on the TV experience. → Read More

Coronavirus begins to take a toll on top-flight U.S. sports

Basketball wrestles with a pandemic as COVID-19 threatens to overshadow March Madness and the NBA Playoffs: Sports Media Brief. → Read More

CBS, NBC re-up with the PGA Tour in a 9-year, $6.3 billion deal

On TV, live sports are indispensable. So nothing was going to get between CBS and NBC and a PGA Tour rights renewal. → Read More

Olympics backers say the show must go on as NBC ad sales soar to $1.25 billion

In spite of fears of a pandemic, the Summer Games' organizers and the NBA have faith in the power of Purell: Sports Media Brief. → Read More

Chris Matthews is out at MSNBC

A series of gaffes leads to an early exit for MSNBC pundit Chris Matthews. → Read More

World Series sponsor YouTube TV beans baseball fans with regional blackouts

The OTT carrier is the latest to pull the plug on Sinclair's regional sports networks: Sports Media Brief → Read More

Olympics advertisers hold their breath in coronavirus waiting game

Amid a fog of speculation, Tokyo organizers insist COVID-19 epidemic won't put the kibosh on the Summer Games. → Read More

What a new collective bargaining agreement means for NFL fans: Sports Media Brief

In the wake of another triumphant season, the NFL looks to consolidate its power. → Read More

CBS, Turner sell out March Madness in record time

Nothing but net as advertisers snatch up the last of the tourney's ad inventory a full month before tipoff. → Read More

XFL’s embrace of gambling could be instrumental to its growth: Sports Media Brief

Startup league gets cozy with Vegas books. Plus, a modest proposal for baseball. → Read More

Back from the dead, the XFL enjoys a lively opening weekend

Second time's the charm as Vince McMahon's resurrected league connects with football-deprived fans. → Read More

Oscars hits an all-time ratings low as broadcast's reach continues to shrink

On 'Parasite's' big night, ABC deliveries fall 20 percent as the Academy Awards slumps to new ratings depths. → Read More