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CFL AND TSN REACH TV DEAL
Published April 4, 1995
The CFL announced yesterday that they have signed a new three-year contract with TSN. With the agreement, TSN is ensured of having the largest CFL football schedule on Canadian network TV for the '95 season. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. TSN President & GM Jim Thompson: "We're proud of our nine-year partnership with the CFL, and the high quality coverage we've given Canadian football fans. We're looking forward to our next decade of fast-paced Canadian football" (CFL).