Oilers Unveil Details Of New Arena District NFL Toughens Domestic Violence Policy Ravens Partner With Domestic Abuse Center CBS Going All-Out With U.S. Open Coverage Phillies President Takes Leave Of Absence Goodell Praised For Domestic Violence Policy SEC Net Airs First Games Without Issues Sportsnet Announces NHL Broadcast Talent Braves Dispute Mayor's Charge Final Ratings
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Published August 28, 1995
NBC's Bob Costas, on Friday's "Baseball Night in America" broadcast: "The thing I like best about the wild-card race is that it has what all great drama requires: clarity" (USA TODAY, 8/28). In Baltimore, Milton Kent writes of Costas on TBN: "Now that his objections are on the record, we're sure that Costas won't make a habit of drilling the viewer home with them each week" (Baltimore SUN, 8/28)....The PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER examines Bell Atlantic's "video dialtone network" on the Jersey Shore, with the on-screen purchase of a Phillies cap one of the examples of possible uses (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 8/27).... The Sabres have hired Pete Weber as their new play-by-play voice (Sabres)....The ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH examines the world of Cybersports -- with the following listed as "must-see" areas: ABC Sports on AOL, ESPNET SportsZone, MLB's @Bat, NandO.Net Sports Server, NHL Open Net, the online version of SI (Web and CompuServe), SportsLine USA, and Team NFL (ST. LOUIS POST- DISPATCH, 8/27)....The ORLANDO SENTINEL examines The Golf Channel's progress, with the production getting high marks but the channel still lagging in terms of carriage on cable systems (ORLANDO SENTINEL, 8/28).