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Networks Have Work To Do In Order To
Recapture Ratings Magic From Last Year
Lifestyles Of The Rich...
PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS floats McKay as possible successor to Tagliabue.
USOC again chastises President Bush for using “Olympics” in campaign message.
On The Run
’06 World Cup of Track & Field scrapped at The Home Depot Center.
ISC earnings announcement reveals lucrative extension with Pepsi through ’07.
Love It Live
Network counterparts not in agreement with Dick Ebersol’s decision to implement delay for NBC’s NASCAR telecasts.
Big T-Mac Attack
McGrady to unveil adidas’ laceless performance shoe in Shanghai next week.
League Of Their Own
McDonald’s to title NHLers’ barnstorming exhibitions.
Tom Hicks meets with Jerry Jones to protect Rangers’ interests should Cowboys move to Arlington.
Apple endorser Yao spotted using Dell laptop on flight.
Stephen King to co-author book on Red Sox’ ’04 season.
Queen Trumps King
LeBron pulled off GQ cover in favor of risque shot of Lindsay Lohan.
“For decades, television has been improving technology for the sole reason of bringing viewers at home an experience that is as close to being live at the stadium as humanly possible. We think that’s the way it should be.”
Fox Sports Chair David Hill, on some networks using a delay for sporting events (N.Y. TIMES, 10/8).