Quote of the Day

"We're happy with the portfolio that we have. We're not looking to expand what we have on the (CBS) network."
CBS Sports Chair Sean McManus, indicating the '14 Sochi and '16 Rio Games are not a "priority" for the net. (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 2/9)
Wednesday February 9, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 103 Print This Issue

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  • Sporting Goods

    McManus dropping news department duties to focus on CBS' sports properties

    CBS yesterday announced that Sean McManus has been named CBS Sports Chair. McManus, who has served as CBS News and Sports President since '05, will step down from his role at CBS News. In his new position, McManus will focus on the portfolio of sports properties across CBS Sports operations. He will continue to serve as an executive producer overseeing all aspects of CBS Sports' NFL coverage, as well as Showtime's "Inside The NFL."

  • The Ice Is Nice

    NBC, Versus reportedly looking at long-term deal to keep NHL.

  • Boom Times

    TNT, ESPN on pace for cable's most-watched NBA seasons.

  • Time On Their Side

    David Stern hopeful NBA, players union can get past rhetoric by June 30 CBA deadline.

  • Spurring A Relationship

    New strategic alliance being created between MLS Galaxy, EPL Tottenham Hotspur.

  • Take Your Pick

    NFL gives displaced fans option to attend future Super Bowl of their choice.

  • Private Eyes

    Leiweke says "not a penny" of tax money will be used on stadium.

  • Ray Of Hope

    Webster Bank teams with Ray Allen for marketing partnership.

  • Food For Thought

    A-Rod less than pleased he and Cameron Diaz were shown on Fox' Super Bowl coverage.

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