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Published November 10, 1995
During their initial Raptors broadcast, Toronto's CITY/CKVR put on "an impressive" show, according to Rob Longley of the TORONTO SUN. CITY was "creative in its approach," using a low- angle shot for much of the play "plus an on-screen score clock." Raptors Dir/Broadcasting Chris McCracken: "We still have to work out some kinks, but it adds something to the broadcast." CTV's first telecast last Friday between the Raptors and Nets drew "a strong audience of 888,000, 6% higher than projections (TORONTO SUN, 11/10). The Raptors home opener Sunday drew 965,000 viewers. CBC's "Hockey Night in Canada" pulled in 1.395 million viewers (Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, 11/10)....Sunday's New York Marathon has attracted "a dozen new sponsors, including Nike, Tri-State Jeep-Eagle, and Breathe-Right and has sold out all of its air time" (NEWSDAY, 11/10)....Steve Zipay reports NBC will "likely" ask for a rebate from the NFL when the Browns move to the smaller Baltimore market (NEWSDAY, 11/10).... "Overall interest" in the NFL, and thus the ratings, have declined in L.A. since the Rams' and Raiders' moves, writes Larry Stewart, disproving speculation with no blackouts and doubleheader restrictions, L.A. ratings might go up (L.A. TIMES, 11/10)....Seth Abraham reports TVKO's PPV totals for Bowe- Holyfield were 650,000 (USA TODAY, 11/10)...No local Baltimore outlets will televise Sunday's CFL Southern Division final with San Antonio (Baltimore SUN, 11/10).