ISC Board Approves Daytona Upgrades NFL Bags Ban May Be Boon To Vendors KU, TWC Ink Deal For Tier-3 Rights Nuggets Tap Connelly As VP/Basketball Ops Atlanta Radio Hosts Fired Over Morning Bit Fox Ties Super Bowl Ad Sales To FS1 Mets, SNY Look For Audience Boost RGIII Signs Endorsement Deal With USAA Jazz Unveil Plans For New Videoboards Media Notes
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Published January 10, 1995
Ratings for the NFL divisional playoff games fell 7% in overnight results from a 24.4 average to a 22.6. Fox's two games were down 4% to 22.2, and NBC's games decreased 10% to a 23.2. The highest rated game of the weekend was Sunday's Dolphins- Chargers with a 26.8 (Rudy Martzke, USA TODAY, 1/10)....Comsat Int'l Ventures -- a unit of Comsat Corp., owner of the NBA's Nuggets -- announced a buyout of its partners in a Brazilian communications company, Comsat VIC S.A. The company, which operates satellite earth stations and provides telecommunications to Brazil, will now be named Comsat Brasil (Baltimore SUN, 1/10)....Time Warner, U.S. West and two Japanese companies announced they would invest around $400M to enter the Japanese cable TV market (N.Y. TIMES, 1/10)....Rusty Wallace and Ernie Irvan join TNN this fall. Irvan will be a color commentator for 13 Winston Cup Events; Wallace will host a new motorsports series that premiers in April (NASCAR NEWS, 1/4-11)....ABC is already pitching its bowl package for next season, packaging the Sugar, Rose and Citrus Bowls (COWLES BUSINESS MEDIA).