CBS Surprisingly Parts Ways With Feherty CBS' PGA Tour Viewership Up 29% Cavaliers Look To Expand In-Seat Ordering Bloomberg News Shifting Away From Sports "Hard Knocks" Focuses On Player Uncertainty Pac-12 Blocks Arizona From HBO Series Federer Not A Fan Of In-Match Interviews NFL Network Expanding Original Content Media Notes ESPN's Mendoza Praised For "SNB" Debut
Published April 13, 1995
CBS Sports President David Kenin was the guest writer of USA TODAY's TV Sports column, regularly written by Rudy Martzke and Mike Hiestand. Kenin noted CBS' top properties, but stressed that the network's "foundation" was in its "Two Semester Strategy": regular season college football and baseketball, followed by national championships in both (USA TODAY, 4/13)....EA Sports' "NBA Live '95" was No. 4 on the N.Y. POST's Top Interactive CD-ROM list (N.Y. POST, 4/13). ....WBCN-FM (Boston) has booked 41 affiliates for its first season of Patriots coverage. WBCN Sports Marketing Dir Curtis Raymond: "You will be able to pick up the games anywhere in New England, including Bar Harbor, ME" (BOSTON GLOBE, 4/13)....Satellite Information Systems announced that it has been selected to provide editing systems to the NHL. SISCOM President Mike Ellis: "The NHL is making a real quality commitment to the video production area, and we're pleased to be a part of that commitment" (SISCO).