SAN FRANCISCO, CA – FEBRUARY 05: A view of the logo during ESPN The Party on February 5, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images for ESPN)Competition during the NCAA Tournament isn’t narrowed to the coaches and players. It takes place between the networks, too.CBS/Turner Sports have the broadcasting rights to the NCAA Tournament, though ESPN attempts to have a ton of coverage, too.CBS Sports took a big shot at ESPN (and FOX Sports 1) during its NCAA Tournament broadcast today.“Harlan reads an ad for CBS Sports HQ, which touts sports news “without the yelling and the fake debates.” Reggie Miller asks, “What if you want the yelling and the fake debates?” The new tagline of ESPN and FS1,” Sports Media Watch tweeted.Harlan reads an ad for CBS Sports HQ, which touts sports news “without the yelling and the fake debates.” Reggie Miller asks, “What if you want the yelling and the fake debates?” The new tagline of ESPN and FS1.— Sports Media Watch (@paulsen_smw) March 21, 2019The shot didn’t go unnoticed.Lol. CBS throwing shade to espn— Dhvanil Zaveri (@dzaveri93) March 21, 2019I dont know if CBS Sports HQ is any good, but I love the shots their ads take at ESPN/FS1.— The Superhoo (@The_Superhoo) March 21, 2019CBS said “you want your sports without the yelling & fake debates” 😂😂 shots fired @espn @FOXSports— Bobby Blockchain II.0 (@bobbydigital993) March 21, 2019CBS just threw some major shade toward ESPN and FS with their CBS Sports HQ advertisement— Steven Cutler (@cutler4steven) March 21, 2019Well played, CBS.
The Panel, chaired by former Prime Minister Anand Panyarachun of Thailand, will meet with the Secretary-General and then go to a venue outside New York City for intensive briefings and meetings until 7 December.The 16-member panel is also being asked to identify the contributions of collective action in addressing major challenges and threats and to recommend changes necessary to ensure effective collective action, especially by the UN.