Ballmer Reportedly Declines Prime Ticket's Extension Jim Buss Remains Optimistic About Lakers Men In Blazers Planning To Hold Convention Leonsis Weighing Wizards Practice Facility Spots Hornets Announce New Broadcast Team ESPN's Mendoza To Replace Schilling Sunday Players' Tribune Launching Branded Video Series "Ballers" First Season Strong For HBO Media Notes NFL Reluctant On Long-Term "TNF" Deal
SBD/Issue 88/Sports Media
Published January 23, 2002
TV MONITOR: Last night's 10:30pm ET 30-minute edition of FSN's "National Sports Report" led with 76ers-Wizards, followed by Suns-Bucks. The first non-NBA report was a brawl during the Mike Tyson-Lennox Lewis press conference. Last night's 11:00pm ET 60-minute edition of ESPN's "SportsCenter" led with Nuggets-Lakers, followed by 76ers-Wizards. The first non-NBA report was the Tyson-Lewis press conference. See THE DAILY INSIDER's TV Monitor for a complete listing from last night's shows (THE DAILY).
ON THE AIR: Keith Olbermann tonight will guest host CNN's "The Point" at 8:30pm ET, and will premiere his series of essays for "NewsNight With Aaron Brown" at 10:00pm ET. Broadcasters Joe and Duke Castiglione will be on CNBC's "Power Lunch." Redskins WR Michael Westbrook will be on the "Best Damn Sports Show Period." Wizards F Kwame Brown and Bulls F Eddy Curry will be on "The Last Word" discussing going directly from high school to the NBA. NHL Panthers coach Mike Keenan will be on ESPN's "Unscripted."
Have a submission for On The Air? Contact Schuyler Baehman: email@example.com.