ESPN On Sling TV Gets Mixed Reviews Reebok Rolling Out New Fitness Campaign ESPN, NFL Want CFP To Change Dates Veteran ESPN Exec John Walsh Set To Retire ESPN Likes Broadcasting Pro Bowl From SB Site UFC's Conor McGregor Inks Deal With Reebok CFP Audience Sets Cable TV Audience Record CFP Finale Sets Cable TV Ratings Record ESPN's "Film Room" Again Gets Rave Reviews Media Roundtable Talks CFP Expectations
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/17/Sponsorships Advertising Marketing
Published October 17, 1994
On yesterday's "Wall Street Journal Report," Ian Hunter examined television affiliate changes. One unidentified woman on the street said, "Right now I am totally confused when looking for football games." Betsy Frank, Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising: "Our concern is that viewers are going to have a tougher time finding their shows and that ratings are going to fall off and that the time that we buy from those shows will not deliver the way we expected it to deliver for our clients" ("Wall Street Journal Report," PBS, 10/16).....ESPN has awarded a year of free college tuition, room, and board to Cory Clouse, an engineering student from Cleveland, for making a halfcourt shot Friday night during "Midnight Madness" activities at the University of Cincinnati (ESPN, 10/15)....The American Stock Exchange has begun trading IPO shares of The Sports Club Company, a Santa Monica- based developer and operator of sports and fitness clubs. The company is co-developing the new Reebok Sports Club/NY with Reebok International (American Stock Exchange)....The World Hockey Summit will be held in Boston July 6-8, 1995. The Summit will feature seminars on the business of hockey, state of the sport, playing the game, and a trade exposition and career seminar. For info contact World Hockey Summit c/o USA Hockey, 1- 800-566-3288 (BOSTON GLOBE, 10/16).