Technical Problem Causes Low Ratings For Spurs TV Ability To Live Stream Hawaii Football In Jeopardy NCAA Tourney Viewership Up Over '16 Social Studies: NLL CMO Ashley Dabb Uecker Happy Remaining Brewers' Radio Announcer CBS/Turner Ratings Up For Elite 8 Games CSN Chicago Rolling Out New Cubs Documentary Media Notes Rams Top Contributor In Shared Ticket Revenue Four Big Tech Companies Bidding For NFL's "TNF"
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).