Dolphins Unveil Sun Life Stadium Renovations Ballmer Reportedly Declines Prime Ticket's Extension Jim Buss Remains Optimistic About Lakers Men In Blazers Planning To Hold Convention Brands Activating Around U.S. Open Across N.Y. Leonsis Weighing Wizards Practice Facility Spots Hornets Announce New Broadcast Team ESPN's Mendoza To Replace Schilling Sunday Players' Tribune Launching Branded Video Series NFLPA Unveils T-Shirt Line Honoring FDNY
Published January 22, 1996
Despite saying he wouldn't return because of a pay cut, Sean McDonough has reached agreement to broadcast Red Sox games next season on WABU-TV. McDonough earned approximately $300,000 last season from WSBK-TV (BOSTON GLOBE, 1/21)....Former A's pitcher Ron Darling will work A's pre-and post-game shows on SportsChannel Pacific this season (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 1/20)....NBA's "Inside Stuff" featured the new Michael Jordan Nike commercial, which leaves him hanging from a 100 foot basket ("Inside Stuff," 1/20)....Jay Leno announced that the "Tonight Show" will broadcast from Phoenix this week (NBC, 1/19)....NFL Films' show on the Pop Warner title game gets a "thumbs up" from Michael Hiestand. The NBC telecast drew a 2.2 overnight, outdrawing a CBS college hoops doubleheader (USA TODAY, 1/22).....TCI and a group including MCI and News Corp. will "be among the bidders for the last remaining licenses to offer nationwide satellite TV service" (WASHINGTON POST, 1/20).