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Published September 14, 1994
The Mighty Ducks announced they have reached a one year broadcast agreement with KGME 1360 AM in Phoenix, KVNA 690 AM in Flagstaff, and KHJ 1380 in Lancester, CA for the '94-'95 season. The Ducks now have eight affliated radio stations for the upcoming season in CA, AZ and NC (THE DAILY, 9/14)....TNT will air four encore presentations of "75 Seasons: The History of the NFL." The show, which aired for the first time last night, will be broadcast on 9/14, 9/18, 9/25, and 10/3 (THE DAILY, 9/14)....The Patriots continue to be a hot draw in Boston, as over 606,000 homes watched WBZ's fourth quarter on Sunday. For two games, they have averaged 465,000 homes, or a 22.1 rating (Jim Baker, BOSTON HERALD, 9/13)....Entertainment Tonight profiled Ken Burns' "Baseball." ET's Mary Hart: "PBS is expecting big numbers. Baseball goes on sale in video stores a week from Friday, while the series is still running" ("ET," 9/13)....SI's 40th Anniversary show airs tonight on NBC. The show will be hosted by Bob Costas, but it is being produced by SI's new TV division. ESPN reported the Top 5 of SI's 40 "Most Influential Sports Figures" to be unveiled tonight: 1) Muhammad Ali; 2) Michael Jordan; 3) Roone Arledge; 4) Jim Brown; 5) Billie Jean King ("SportsCenter," 9/13).