Morning Headlines — 6/24/13

Local programming a goal for new leadership of WNIN
The course has tightened, darkened and seemed uncertain in recent years, but Evansville’s public radio and television services have emerged through the recession poised to move toward the light, says Brad Kimmel, the new president and CEO for WNIN Tri-State Public Media. [Courier & Press]

Judge Considers NCAA Athletes Challenging Billions in TV Money
After a court hearing on Thursday, a big ruling is looming that could eventually shatter the status quo of amateur athletes getting no compensation for appearing on television. [THR]

Goldman Downgrades Disney Over Sports
Goldman Sachs removed Disney from its "conviction buy" list late last week, citing a run-up in the shares since early last year, rising sports rights costs, and new competition from News Corp.'s upcoming sports channel, Fox Sports 1. [AP/TVNewsCheck]

More Comments On Indecency Filed
Broadcasters are getting their comments on file with the FCC as the Commission prepares to consider possible changes to indecency law. [Radio Ink]


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