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Published October 11, 2012
BUCK SHOT: In Milwaukee, Bob Wolfley reports Bucks radio play-by-play announcer Ted Davis "has taken on an added role -- sports talk radio commentator." In his 15th season with the Bucks, Davis "has joined Milwaukee radio station WSSP-AM as a regular contributor" to the station's 2:00-6:00pm CT afternoon slot (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 10/11).
HOOK 'EM: Cablevision said that it plans to make the Longhorn Network accessible "in a small portion of its footprint in the West early next year via a $5.95-a-month sports tier." MARKETING DAILY's David Goetzl notes Cablevision "serves some 300,000 homes in Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming" (MEDIAPOST.com, 10/9).