MLB Cardinals, FS Midwest Reach New Deal Judge Orders Brady Lawsuit To Be Heard In N.Y. Bridgestone, NHL Renew Sponsor Deal Bucks Turn To County For Arena Land Deal Fisher To Discuss L.A. Situation With Rams Players Colorado AD Rick George Bullish On Pac-12 Net NBA Signs Marriott For International Games Kraft Finds His Inner Maverick Over Deflategate Sources: Josh Elliott Could Return To ABC Dolphins Rookie Parker Racking Up Endorsements
Published June 5, 1995
BUSINESS WEEK reports that Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole told a group of regional Bell execs that he expects passage of the telecomm reform bill when he brings it to the floor this week (BUSINESS WEEK, 6/12 issue)....Prodigy is moving its offices from White Plains to "the emerging, multimedia mecca of lower Manhattan" -- called Silicon Alley or Multimedia Gulch (N.Y. TIMES, 6/3)....Netscape Communications, makers of Web browser software, plans an IPO for later this year (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 6/5)....Tampa Bay Fox affil WTVT-Ch. 13 cut away from the end of the Red Wings-Blackhawks game Sunday with the game still tied to go to local news and updates on Hurricane Allison. Lightning VP/Communications Gerry Helper: "We're certainly sensitive to the issue of the public being kept abreast of a major storm. However, it's difficult for any fan who's watched a game for three hours to miss out on the last four minutes of an exciting playoff game" (ST. PETE TIMES, 6/5). In Atlanta (a possible NHL expansion city), Prentis Rogers writes that yesterday's Red Wings-Blackhawks game "proved the NBA doesn't have a monopoly on great playoff coverage." Rogers credits Fox's "lively and imaginative" coverage (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 6/5)....Fox has spoken to ESPN's Pam Oliver about being its NFL pre-game reporter (Barry Jackson, MIAMI HERALD, 6/2)....CTV's NBA deal kicks off this week with a simulcast of NBC's coverage of the Finals. NBC is working on a feature on the Raptors and Grizzlies to air during the Finals (Rob Longley, TORONTO SUN, 6/5).