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Published October 13, 1995
ESPN's Bonnie Bernstein was profiled in the PHILA. DAILY NEWS. Lynn Zinser writes that "one of ESPN's biggest strengths" is finding new talent such as the 25-year-old Bernstein (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, 10/12)....Nearly one-third of IHL games will be televised this season, that's up from two years ago, when the league only had 10% of its games on television (IHL)....Mike Piazza will be an in-studio guest on the FX Sports Show this Sunday. The show, hosted by Jim Rome and Kevin Frazier, airs at 11pm ET (FX)....Fox Sports reports that 700,000 viewers responded to an on-screen announcement toting their internet address during October 8th's NFL coverage. The site features stats, features and highlights (Gould Media)....The Devil Rays and WFLA-AM in Tampa announced a partnership to jointly plan and promote events between now and '98. The station will air selected Devil Rays minor league games. WFLA officials say the deal gives them "a chance to prove" themselves (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 10/13)....The St. Paul Saints will be featured Sunday on "60 Minutes" (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 10/13).