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Highlights From Day One Of The IMG World Congress Of Sports
Published March 13, 2008
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.