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Published August 15, 1995
The Capitals will switch radio partners from WMAL-AM to WTEM-AM, DC's all-sports station, for next season, according to the WASHINGTON POST. WTEM will now air both the Bullets and Capitals. The Bullets will get precedence in the 22 conflict dates, with WTEM agreeing to find other outlets for the Caps on those nights (WASHINGTON POST, 8/15)....AT&T is expected to roll out new Internet services today, including a "dial-up" access service and a World Wide Web navigator (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 8/15)....With Delphi having announced it will merge its online service with MCI's online offerings, AD AGE reports that America Online has told analysts that the company is "concerned about only two competitors: Microsoft and MCI" (Kim Cleland, AD AGE, 8/14 issue)....ESPN made several announcements late last week, including the expansion of the "late" (2:30am EDT) "SportsCenter" to one hour and a revamped Sunday morning schedule (ESPN).