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Published July 26, 1995
The CISL has announced that Prime Sports will distribute a minimum of six games during the '95 season to its system of regional affiliates, reaching more than 40 million homes nationwide. The '95 CISL schedule on Prime kicks off with the All-Star Game on August 16 (CISL)....This week, The Golf Channel launches an on-air campaign offering fans a chance to play a round with TGC Co-Founder & Chair Arnold Palmer. To be eligible, viewers need to recruit a friend to subscribe. The promotion runs through December 31, with a drawing on January 8 (AD AGE ONLINE, 7/26)....The NBC News Channel and Phoenix Communications have signed an exclusive agreement that will provide NBC affiliates with daily highlights, news and features from Phoenix's Sports NewSatellite (SNS) feed service (NBC)....In New York, Phil Mushnick reports TNT execs were prepared to "can" Warren Moon "immediately" after hearing of charges he abused his wife. However, they decided to keep him on while monitoring his presence in counseling sessions (N.Y. POST, 7/26).