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FS1 Developing New TV Shows For Katie Nolan After Her Show, "Fox Sports Live" Cancelled

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11/23/99
REPORTS PUT AFL TV DEAL WORTH $25M OVER THREE-YEAR PERIOD

The AFL scored its "best TV deal yet, signing a contract with TNN that will give the league its first regular weekly primetime exposure," according to John Dempsey of DAILY VARIETY. Starting this Apri

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11/23/99
SPORTS ON THE WEB: NEW SKI LIFESTYLE SITE SET TO LAUNCH

Mountain sports lifestyle site Resort Sports Network has taken full ownership of Go Group, publishers of GoSki.com, to create one site under http://www.RSN.com. The integrated site, expected to launch

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11/22/99
AFL SET TO GO WITH TNN AND ABC/ESPN IN NEW TV RIGHTS DEAL

The AFL has reached agreement on a multi-year TV deal with TNN and ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 starting in the 2000 season. AFL games will be shown live on the four networks starting next April, including a Game o

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11/22/99
IMG AND SFX SPORTS GO AHEAD W/NEW BIZ DEVELOPMENT ON THE WEB

IMG and SFX Entertainment have "entered competing ventures that will auction off high-priced sports and entertainment experiences via the Internet," according to Andy Bernstein of the SPORTSBUSINESS J

Tags: Comcast-Spectacor, IMG, NHL, Philadelphia Flyers, Media, Washington Capitals

11/22/99
MEDIA NOTES

TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET edition of FSN''s "Primetime" led with Rams-49ers, followed by Seahawks- Chiefs. The first non-NFL story, at 9:51 into the broadcast, was Sonics-Suns. "Primetime"

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11/22/99
HOW IT'S PLAYING: EXECS OFFER THEIR SPIN ON CBS/NCAA DEAL

The following is industry reax to CBS'' record-breaking 11-year TV deal worth $6B, giving the network exclusive rights to the NCAA men''s basketball tournament. Starting in 2003, the NCAA will receive

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11/22/99
CBS SPORTS PLANS TO KEEP EARLY NCAA GAMES; SPORTSLINE BOOST

CBS Sports is "going out of its way to quash reports that it plans to sell some NCAA Men''s College Basketball Tournament games to a cable network," according to John Dempsey of DAILY VARIETY. CBS Spo

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11/22/99
WITH NO NCAA, ESPN MAY OPT TO CREATE ITS OWN PROGRAMMING

Losing out on both the NASCAR and NCAA tournament TV packages "leaves ESPN to focus on inventing its own sports shows," according to Jennifer Allen of BRIDGE NEWS. Allen: "Think pole climbers and log

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11/19/99
MEDIA NOTES

TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET edition of CNN/SI''s "Sports Tonight" led with Rangers C Ivan Rodriguez winning the AL MVP award, followed by the tragic accident at Texas A&M. The first NHL story

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11/19/99
WILL CBS BE ABLE TO PUSH ADVERTISERS FOR INCREASED RATES?

A 30-second spot for the NCAA men''s basketball final last March cost about $600,000, "making it one of the highest-priced TV properties for advertisers," according to Stephen Battaglio of the HOLLYWO

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