IOC's '24/'28 Idea Not Going Over Well Budapest Drops Out Of '24 Games Race NBC Criticized For Airing Avalanche-Sabres Rio Venues In Disrepair Six Months After Games Costas' Role With MLB Network Expected To Grow NBC Hopeful For NHL Participation In PyeongChang Costas Taking A Step Back From NBC Role Coastas Chats With SBD About Olympic Decision Korean Political Turmoil Overshadows '18 Games NBCU Uses Holistic Metric In Selling Olympic Ads
Published March 14, 1996
A survey by Georgia State Univ. shows, while 300,000 Atlanta residents are willing to rent their homes, only about 10,000 will find takers (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 3/13). ....Seats are still available for 143 sessions in 10 Olympic sports, but events such as swimming, diving, gymnastics, boxing, men's basketball, and track are sold out (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 3/12)...."Jeopardy!" and "Wheel of Fortune" are profiled for their role as ACOG sponsors (ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, 3/18 issue)....Delta is offering discounted tickets during the Games to entice customers to leave the Atlanta area ("NBC Nightly News," 3/13)....The National Weather Service is predicting "hotter-than-normal" temperatures in Atlanta in July (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 3/12).