Sherman Critical Of Several NFL Policies MASN Taking Aim At MLB Advance To Nats Jeter Played No Role In Woods' Tribune Piece Twitter Impact On Sports Reporting Keeps Growing NBC Sports Sees Big F1 Gains Media Notes ESPN Draws Lowest "MNF" Rating Of '14 2014 Reader Survey: NFL Bills Say Stadium Will Be Ready For Sunday Finebaum Hosting Call-In Show During Iron Bowl
SBD/Issue 57/Sports Media
Published December 4, 2003
Cablevision and YES Network have selected retired federal judge Stanley Sporkin, who "specializes in [SEC] matters, corporate governance and litigation," and retired Time Warner exec Richard Aurelio, who founded NY1 News, N.Y.'s 24-hour news channel, as arbitrators in their carriage dispute. The two sides "still have to determine a third arbitrator to complete the panel." Sporkin: "These are private proceedings. Like a court trial, there will be discovery and hearings. It probably will be quick" (BLOOMBERG NEWS, 12/4)....Speed Channel, which has added more than 4.7 million HHs in the past 12 months, has surpassed the 60 million Nielsen HH mark for the first time in its nine-year history. Since being acquired by Fox Cable Networks in July '01, Speed has added 19 million HHs (Speed Channel) NFL Network has developed a call-in number for fans. Every Sunday from 1:00pm-1:00am ET, fans can call 1-866-NFL-VENT to leave a message on the "NFL Total Access" Vent Line. The best messages of the week will be featured on "NFL Total Access" (NFL Network)....The Mavericks and ESPN Radio's KESN-FM extended their broadcast agreement through '05-06 (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 12/4).