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SBD/Issue 55/Sports Media
Published December 2, 2002
NATIONAL TV MONITOR: Last night's 11:30pm ET 90-minute edition of ESPN's "SportsCenter" (late due to Bucs-Saints) led with Falcons-Vikings, Broncos-Chargers, Dolphins-Bills, Bucs-Saints, Rams-Eagles and Titans-Giants. The first non-NFL report, at 17:58 into the broadcast, was T'Wolves-Lakers.
ON THE AIR: U.S. Olympian Scott Hamilton appeared on CNN this morning to discuss a new support Website for cancer patients, chemocare.com. MLB HOFer Ernie Banks, OH State Univ. QB Craig Krenzel and actor Kurtwood Smith are scheduled to appear on FSN's "BDSSP."
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