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CATCH ALL THE OLYMPIC EVENTS ON THE BIG SCREEN
Published November 29, 1994
Scientific-Atlanta, a Georgia cable TV equipment company, will announce that it will become an Olympic sponsor. Scientific-Atlanta's digital video distribution system will "allow 60 channels of live action from all the venues to be shown on jumbo screens at many Olympic arenas." The deal is expected to be announced today, with channels available on televisions in the Olympic dorms at Georgia Tech and the Marriott Marquis, "where more than 1,000 dignitaries are booked" (Melissa Turner, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 11/29).