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THE CYBER FOOTBALL LEAGUE? NFL INCREASES MULTIMEDIA
Published August 10, 1995
The NFL is introducing several new products for the home computer as a "natural progression to multimedia," according to NFL Properties' Tom Richardson. Richardson tells USA TODAY the league hopes several new CD-ROMs will be an opportunity to see the league's history "all come together in what we hope is a more compelling story." Among the league's new releases: "75 Seasons: The History of the NFL" on CD version for Macintosh and Windows; "The Official 1995-1996 NFL Interactive Yearbook" on CD for Mac and Windows; "NFL Math" on disk for Mac and Windows -- a program helping kids learn math skills through football; "NFL Screen Savers" available by team. The league will also revamp its Web site by the September 3 regular season opener. The address: http:// www.nflhome.com (USA TODAY, 8/10).