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Published March 28, 1996
Appearing on the "Late, Late Show with Tom Snyder," NBC's Hannah Storm was asked about Albert Belle's blowup during last year's World Series. Storm said she will be "the ultimate professional" when dealing with Belle in the future but added she did not want to "add to the verbal war of words." Storm: "Baseball addressed the issue, it's taken care of and it's time to move on" (Baltimore SUN, 3/28)....In its third year of marketing the worldwide feed, ProServ Television has sold the '96 Men's Final Four to 91 countries and Women's Final Four to 55 nations (ProServ). ....TCI reported a revenue increase of 18.5% for '95 and 24.6% for the 4th quarter of '95 (TCI)....The NFL reports that in a recent survey conducted by the league, 21.4% of its satellite subscribers listed NFL matchups as a main reason for buying a dish (CABLE WORLD, 3/25 issue).