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CBS' MASTERS COVERAGE TO INCLUDE CONTINUATION OF WEB SITE
Published March 28, 1995
CBS plans to provide information on The Masters via the network's World World Web site and its site on Prodigy, as it has with the NCAA tournament. Information to be made available for on-line fans will include notes, quizzes, features and live chats with CBS golf announcers. Cadillac and The Travellers will continue to be the primary sponsors of the tournament on CBS (THE DAILY). CBS will show highlights of early-round action on Thursday, April 6 and Friday, April 7 from 11:35-11:50p.m. ET. This year marks CBS' 40th year covering the tournament (CBS). GOLF CHANNEL TAPS AUGUSTA VIDEO VAULTS: The Golf Channel secured the TV license from Augusta National Golf Club to rebroadcast official highlights from previous Masters Tournaments. The agreement marks the first time that Augusta National Golf Club has licensed the rights to re-broadcast library footage. The Channel will televise great moments in Masters history, from 1960 to 1994, for their series which began on March 20 and continues through the spring of '96 (The Golf Channel).