NFL Working To Reduce Number Of TV Breaks U.S. Wins Its First World Baseball Classic Longtime MLB Manager Dallas Green Passes Away Budweiser Unveils Limited Edition MLB Team Cans NASL S.F. Deltas To Live Stream Games On Twitter Soccer Pub Copa90 Getting Assist From Turner Media Notes MLB Cards Fans Can Attend Any Game For Monthly Fee Bell, Rogers Remove Sports Channels From Bars FS1 To Carry BIG3 Hoops Games On Tape Delay
Published September 17, 1997
TV NEWS: Classic Sports Network has launched on Cox Communications systems in the San Diego area, adding 450,000 new homes to the network (CSN)....ESPN Int'l has acquired the exclusive rights to the XXII Men's South American Volleyball Championships, and the multi-year deal began with the finals of the '97 tournament September 11-14 (ESPN Int'l)....HBO Sports will broadcast the Oscar De La Hoya/ Hector Camacho fight this Friday at 10:00pm ET (HBO). ....The Harris Corp. offered the first live broadcast of an MLB game in HDTV on Tuesday, and Joel Brinkely writes that "viewers gasped" while noting "details that would not have been discernible" on a conventional TV (N.Y. TIMES, 9/17). PUBLISHING: In N.Y., Keith Kelly wrote that Miller Publishing is "the top contender" to "snag a handful" of N.Y. Times magazines, including Tennis, Tennis Buyer's Guide, Cruising World, Sailing World, Snow Country and Snow Country Business (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 9/16). But TENNIS WEEK notes that Tennis magazine "is being purchased by Hearst for a reported" $20M, and will change its editorial focus to "life style" (TENNIS WEEK, 9/18 issue).