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Hot Reads

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Dolphins welcome Hispanic fans in authentic, relevant way.

The WASHINGTON POST's Steve Pearlstein writes of American Needle's antitrust suit against the NFL, "If the NFL wins this case, professional sports leagues will wind up with the best of both worlds – all the legal advantages of being a collection of independent businesses plus all the advantages of being a single business" (WASHINGTON POST).

The VANCOUVER SUN's Bruce Constantineau writes the Vancouver Convention Centre "will become the world's largest broadcasting facility" for the '10 Games, as "millions of dollars are being spent on a state-of-the art 'television city' sprouting up within the centre that was turned over" to VANOC last week (VANCOUVER SUN).

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