Jackson has been a coach in the NFL since 2001, getting his start with the Washington Redskins as a running backs coach. He was an offensive coordinator for the Redskins (2003), Atlanta Falcons (2007), Oakland Raiders (2010) and Bengals (2014-15).Related LinksJohn Clayton: ‘Hard to tell’ who will be Cardinals OC right nowLarry Fitzgerald hits hole in one while playing golf with Barack ObamaThe 53-year-old was also a head coach for the Raiders in 2011, leading the team to a record of 8-8 before being fired after just one season.The offensive coordinator position on Kliff Kingsbury’s staff is the most notable vacancy for the Cardinals.The team hired Vance Joseph as Arizona’s new defensive coordinator and has filled several position-based spots, including linebackers coach Bill Davis and offensive line coach Sean Kugler. Cincinnati Bengals special assistant to the head coach Hue Jackson watches during the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane) The Arizona Cardinals have interviewed former Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson for their vacant offensive coordinator position, according to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.After winning three of a potential 39 games as Browns head coach from 2016 to midway through this past season, Jackson was fired on Oct. 29 after eight games.Less than two weeks later, Jackson was hired by the Cincinnati Bengals as an assistant to head coach Marvin Lewis. The Bengals fired Lewis on Dec. 31 and announced on Jan. 11 that Jackson had been released. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 43 Comments Share Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories
LG Electronics’ new 77-inch Ultra HD Curved OLED TV (model 77EC9800) will be on display at CES 2014.LG is gearing up to show off what it claims is “the most comprehensive OLED TV lineup on the planet” at the CES trade show next week, amid rumours that it will unveil its webOS software on smart TVs for the first time.Officially, LG has said it will showcase its new 77-inch Ultra HD Curved OLED TV, along with various new 55- and 65-inch OLED TV models.However an image leaked on Twitter of what appears to be an LG TV running the firm’s webOS software – and apps from firms like YouTube, Facebook and Skype – has caused speculation that the firm will show off its new smart TV interface at the show.LG has agreed to buy HP’s webOS software last February, in a deal that it said would enhance and support its next-generation smart TV offerings.Originally designed as a smartphone and tablet operating system by Palm, HP took ownership of the webOS software after buying out Palm for US$1.2 billion (€900 million) in 2010. The LG webOS deal was agreed for undisclosed terms.
Youth-focused media outfit Vice UK has won an appeal against a determination by ATVOD that the Vice (Video) section of its website was subject to regulation by the UK video-on-demand regulator.Vice secured its case by presenting evidence to Ofcom, which ATVOD said was not available at the time of its ruling, that its parent company, Vice Media, held editorial responsibility for the video website. Ofcom concluded that the provider was not within the jurisdiction of the UK and did not meet the statutory requirements that would have put in ATVOD’s jurisdiction.ATVOD CEO Pete Johnson said the regulator would “consider the appeal decision carefully and analyse the implications for future decisions as to whether a particular service is, or is not, subject to regulations designed to protect consumers”.