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Published January 23, 1995
The following shows will be broadcasting from Miami during Super Bowl week: MONDAY-FRIDAY: ESPN's "Up Close" with Chris Myers; CNN's "Calling All Sports." WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY: ESPN's "SportsCenter" Super Bowl updates. THURSDAY: HBO's "Inside The NFL"; ABC's "The NFL At 75: An All-Star Celebration." FRIDAY: TNT's "Super Bowl Insider"; "NewSport Talk"; ESPN's "Edge NFL Matchup." SATURDAY: ESPN's "NFL Prime Monday"; TNT's "Super Bowl Awards Show." SUNDAY: CNN's "NFL Preview"; ESPN's "NFL Gameday"; TNT's "Super Bowl Tailgate Party"; ABC's pregame (Barry Jackson, MIAMI HERALD, 1/22).