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Published May 26, 1995
Times Mirror announced that it will stop publishing the Baltimore Evening Sun on September 15 (AD AGE ONLINE, 5/26)....Prime Sports' "Press Box" will move to 10pm beginning June 1 (Prime).... St. Louis' KTVI-Channel 2's deal for the Rams' exhibition TV rights is said to be worth $500,000 (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 5/26)....The SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS's Colin Seymour says not to expect Steve Albert to be back as the Warriors' TV play-by-play man, with A's voice Greg Papa having the inside track to replace him. Albert is said to be "entertaining offers" to return to New York (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 5/26)....U.S. West and Time Warner are "at loggerheads" over how to restructure U.S. West's 25.5% ownership in Time Warner. At stake are control of Time Warner cabe systems, as well as HBO and the Warner studios (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 5/26).