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NFL TO LINK UP FANS WITH PRO BOWL VOTING IN STADIUMS
Published November 20, 1995
In 15 of 29 NFL stadiums, the NFL has "set up an interactive option for fans" to cast their choices for this year's Pro Bowl, according to INSIDE MEDIA. Fans "with licenses" on the online services will be able to enter their selections on kiosks set up by America Online. Mitsubishi co-sponsors with AOL, as well as offering balloting at its dealerships. The Kingdome will be the first to launch, with six kiosks. Fans can also vote at home on AOL's "Team NFL" site. Voting ends December 3 (INSIDE MEDIA ONLINE, 11/16).