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The IMG World Congress of Sports continues at the St. Regis Resort in Dana Point, California, today with three one-on-one sessions -- with Red Sox Chair Tom Werner, NFL Giants Chair & Exec VP Steve Tisch and Revolution Studios Founder Joe Roth -- and two panels. Panelists for a discussion on the future of sports media include Fox Sports President Ed Goren and ESPN Exec VP/Content John Skipper. A discussion on entertainment production features EA Sports President Peter Moore and DEI President of Global Operations Max Siegel.
Carey Discusses NFL's Decision To Allow
Nets To Broadcast Patriots-Giants Game
BREAK OUT THE GLASSES: Word around the World Congress is that FSN Southwest will be rolling out a 3D HD telecast March 25 for its coverage of Clippers-Mavericks. The game will be carried in Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban’s Landmark Theatres. The NBA rolled out its first 3D HD offering last year during an invitation-only event at the league's All-Star Game in Las Vegas. It then went public during the Finals in June, when about 14,000 people watched Game 2 between the Spurs and Cavaliers in 3D HD at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena.
Ponturo Discusses Anheuser-Busch's
Involvement In Mixed Martial Arts
MORE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS: For the latest news on what is taking place at the conference, please visit www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/wcos.