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Time Warner Cable To Carry SEC Network As Of Aug. 14 LaunchPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 24 / 14
Time Warner Cable, the country's second biggest cable operator, has agreed to carry SEC Network as of its Aug. 14 launch. Bright House Networks also will carry the channel, bringing its distribution footprint up to 60 million homes. The deals leave DirecTV, Charter and Verizon as the only big SEC-ar...
Aspen Skiing Co. (SkiCo) will "permanently lift" its ban on snowboarding on Ajax Mountain beginning April 1, according to Gil Rudawsky of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. SkiCo "took the first step in lifting
NASCAR held its season-ending awards dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in N.Y. on Friday night, and in Charlotte, David Poole wrote that for the "most part, the proceedings in the Grand Ballroom ...
The choice of Philadelphia over Richmond, VA, to host the 2001 and 2002 Summer X Games has "nothing to do with ESPN selecting Philadelphia over Richmond, but rather Disney Corporation using the games
U.S. Soccer announced yesterday that the U.S. team''s first game against Mexico in the final round of the men''s World Cup qualifying play will be on February 28 at 27,000- seat Crew Stadium in Columb
Philadelphia was officially named host of the 2001 and 2002 Summer X Games, according to Edward Moran of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, who reports that Comcast Corp. and Comcast-Spectacor will partner
The deal to bring the 2001 and 2002 ESPN Summer X Games to Philadelphia is "finally done," according to Edward Moran of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS. After weeks of "going over the details" of a contra
NBA Commissioner David Stern said yesterday that expansion plans for the themed-restaurant NBA City "are back on track," and N.Y. "could be the site of a second outlet early next year," according to J
The ESPY Awards will return for the second consecutive year to the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, on Monday, February 12, 2001 (ESPN). MGM Grand President William Hornbuckle said, "At the end of the da
Aspen Skiing (SkiCo) execs announced that the snowboard ban on Ajax Mountain will be lifted for three weeks in April, according to Janet Urquhart of the ASPEN TIMES, but that does not mean the company
From the way "phones have been ringing" at MLB''s offices last week, Commissioner Bud Selig is "certain that there is little truth" that the Subway Series holds "little allure outside" N.Y, according