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MOTOROLA'S EXPANDS ITS WIRELESS SPORTS-TO-GO SERVICE
Published December 14, 1994
Motorola's Wireless Sports Channel (WSC) announced its new Contender sports information service. Contender "rounds out" the full line of Sports-To-Go update services for pocket receivers that update sports action every five minutes while games are in progress. Sports-To-Go provides news and scores for MLB, NHL, NFL, NBA and NCAA football and basketball. Contender will provide reports of scoring plays for all sports, as well as situations for the NFL and MLB. Pricing for Contender start at $19.95 (Motorola).