Expectations High For NASCAR On NBC NBC Lands New Advertisers For Race Coverage Female Audience Strong For World Cup ESPN Denies Wanting To Dial Down Olbermann IndyCar Gets Best Cable Audience In Years Daytona Int'l Speedway Holding Flag Exchange Xfinity Series Audience Lower On Fox Sports U.S.-Germany Sets Fox Soccer Record Media Notes NASCAR Teams Look For Long-Term Value
CLEVELAND GRAND PRIX HITS THE INFO SUPERHIGHWAY
Published June 28, 1995
Cleveland.Net, a World Wide Web site "devoted exclusively to providing information about the city," is developing a home page for July's Grand Prix of Cleveland. Starting July 1, web browsers will be able to e-mail drivers, access biographies and photos, obtain race event schedules, and recieve ticket information. The project is a partnership between Cleveland.Net, Apple Computer, and IMG (CRAIN'S CLEVELAND BUSINESS, 7/2 issue). TNN HITS RATINGS HIGH: The Nashville Network's live coverage of the May 20 NASCAR Winston Cup Select pulled a 3.0 rating -- "the highest Winston Select since TNN started televising the all-star event four years ago" and a 43% jump over the past two telecasts (NASCAR NEWS, 6/21).