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Published December 8, 1994
USA TODAY will expand its on-line computer services and start by "converting the paper's existing on-line service, the Sports Center." USA TODAY will move to a Microsoft Windows format and continue to provide "up-to-date statistics for fantasy league players and other sports enthusiasts" (USA TODAY, 12/8)....Time Warner will unveil its long-delayed interactive television network next week in Orlando, FL (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 12/7)....The Clippers have their games broadcast in Mandarin Chinese. They join nine other NBA teams that offer non-English broadcasts (Mike Hiestand, USA TODAY, 12/8)....Fox is changing its Sunday night schedule. Despite a strong lead-in from the NFL, ratings are lower than expected (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 12/8).