The NFL and YouTube could be closing on a exclusive deal with Sunday Ticket

December 21, 2022

The NFL and YouTube could be closing on a exclusive deal with Sunday Ticket. Google is the owner of the streaming giant YouTube and is leading runner for the NFL Ticket deal. Whoever lands the exclusive deal will be paying $2 billion per season. https://www.google.com/amp/s/sports.yahoo.com/amphtml/nfl-sunday-ticket-could-moving-111039951.html

Read more

Epic Games Fined $520 Million By US Government For Misleading Millions of Players

December 20, 2022

Fornite Game maker “Epic Games” has agreed to pay a total of $520 million to settle US government allegations that it misled millions of players, including children and teens, into making unintended purchases and that it violated a landmark federal children’s privacy law. As part of the agreement, Epic will pay $275 million to the […]

Read more

Uncomfortable With Fast-Food Restaurants Tipping?

December 19, 2022

What are your views on Tipping? Does it cause you anxiety? Most of us tip 15 to 20% at a sit-down restaurant. On podcast, Robert Byrne, director of consumer and industry insights of Technomic, and Restaurant Business Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Maze discussed the finding of a survey that explained where customers fall in the tipping debate. Turns out, […]

Read more

Here’s How Some Americans Handle Christmas Shopping For Their Partner

December 15, 2022

Bouncing off Tariq’s blog about people in the United States being surveyed by CouponBirds on how they handle Christmas shopping for their partner. 54% of People that were surveyed said buying a Christmas gift for their partner causes anxiety. 24% of People say they make a mental note of how much money their partners spend […]

Read more

Greenlight Expands to Chili

December 14, 2022

Residents of Chili will soon be able to access Greenlight, the fiber optic internet service. The company’s goal is to bring service to 6,000 households there by the end of 2023. Mark Murphy, Greenlight’s founder and CEO stated: “What this also means is we’re creating jobs right here in the community. We’re using local contractors […]

Read more

Congratulations to NYS Broadcaster Hall of Fame WDKX Meteorologist Richard McCullough

December 14, 2022

Read more

Rochester Gas Price Still Dropping, 4th Week Straight

December 12, 2022

For the last 4 weeks Rochester’s average gas price dropped,  but not as much as the national average. Local gas prices ended the week at $3.64 per gallon, a 6 cent drop from the previous week. In the weeks before that, prices dropped by 2 cents for mid-November, then 6 cents, then 2 cents. Rochester […]

Read more

Holly Trolley Rides Back At NY Museum of Transportation

December 12, 2022

Happy Holidays! In celebration of the season, the New York Museum of Transportation in Rush welcomed Santa and Mrs. Clause to their museum over the weekend. Children were able to take pictures and join the duo on the museum’s trolley ride. All attendees were able to enjoy holiday decorations, complimentary cookies, hot chocolate, and the […]

Read more

Black Owned Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey Sales Exceeded $100 Million

December 7, 2022

The most-awarded Bourbon and American Whiskey 3 years running is Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey. The company announced its sales exceeded $100 million through October 2022. Plus is on-track for more than double that total by the end of 2023. In 2021, Uncle Nearest announced it had become the best-selling African American owned and founded spirit brand in history, […]

Read more

Kyrie Irving & Nike Reach Mutual Decision To Cut Ties

December 6, 2022

Nike made it official cut ties with Kyrie Irving. The NBA Brooklyn Nets star is no longer under contract with the footwear giant after Irving shared antisemitic content on social media and then refused for a time to say he was against antisemitism. A Nike spokesperson didn’t immediately make any additional comment about the move. […]

Read more