Minding My Business: Pac-12 Net's Jonathan Leess CBS Surprisingly Parts Ways With Feherty Executive Transactions CBS' PGA Tour Viewership Up 29% Cavaliers Look To Expand In-Seat Ordering Names In The News Federer Not A Fan Of In-Match Interviews ESPN Licenses X Games Oslo For February ESPN's Mendoza Praised For "SNB" Debut NFL's Paul Hicks Leaving For Crisis PR Firm
SCENES FROM THIS WEEKEND'S TV
Published October 24, 1994
ARTHUR GOLDBERG, Chair & CEO of Bally Entertainment was a guest on CNN's "Moneyline." On the gaming industry: "I think the entire industry will reach a saturation. I don't think it is here yet. I think there are a number of other jurisdictions that will make intelligent expansions and do well. I think the Chicago market will be an interesting market. I think Philadelphia will be an interesting market" ("Moneyline," CNN, 10/21)....PBS's "Adam Smith" examined the business of sports with former CBS Sports President Neil Pilson, BBDO Senior VP Stephen Grubb, FINANCIAL WORLD's Michael Ozanian, N.Y. Giants Owner Bob Tisch and former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker (PBS, 10/22)....Alcorn State QB McNair, who was caught doing the Heisman pose after defeating Southern, 41-37: "I have to look back on the films and say, hey, how did I do that? I amaze myself a lot of the time" ("Sports Tonight," CNN, 10/22)....Mike Lupica on the possibility of a lockout in the NBA: "I am not convinced they are not going to lock these guy out. I'll believe that the season is going to start on November 4 when someone throws the ball up" ("Sports Reporters," ESPN, 10/23)....Mighty Ducks' Don McSween, who got much press attention last week when he filed for unemployment in CA: "There are a lot of average every day Joe's like myself ... and something like this, it hurts" (CNN, 10/21).