Wednesday October 27, 2010 Vol. XVII — No. 33 Print This Issue

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  • Heat-Celts Draws 5.6 Overnight, Expected To Be TNT's Best Opener

    TNT Overnight Ratings Up 75% For James' Heat Debut

    The highly anticipated regular-season debut of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh playing for the Heat will likely be TNT's most-viewed season-opening game in the 27 years Turner Sports has broadcast the NBA's Opening Night. Fast-national ratings will be released later today for the Heat-Celtics game, but the broadcast earned TNT a 5.6 overnight Nielsen rating, a jump of 75% from a 3.2 overnight for the Cavaliers-Celtics opener last year. The game also drew a 17.1 local rating in Boston and a 15.5 rating in Miami-Ft. Lauderdale. The Cleveland-Akron market finished third with a 10.4 local rating. TNT also aired Rockets-Lakers as the second half of a doubleheader, and that game drew a 3.5 overnight. That is up 40% from a 2.5 overni ...

  • All Eyes On Him

    LeBron James' Ad Continues To Draw Attention.

  • Swing And A Miss

    Cablevision subs likely to miss World Series Game One.

  • San Francisco Treat

    Fall Classic run turns into $7-10M profit for Giants.

  • And The Beat Goes On

    Dan Gilbert opens up as Cavs begin post-LeBron era.

  • Going With Experience

    Mets reportedly set to hand front office to Sandy Alderson.

  • I Wanna Be A Billionaire

    Under Armour raises revenue outlook above $1B for '10.

  • Drive For Show

    NBC reportedly in talks with NASCAR to use name for show

  • Battle For Exposure

    Dana White says UFC expects to be on broadcast TV in '11.

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