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On tonight''s episode of "Arli$$" on HBO entitled "Salary Cap This," Sports Illustrated plans an article about sports agents and will only select one to appear on the cover. Despite some early maneuve
The N.Y. Times Co. "is getting closer to selling the sports and leisure magazines it put up for sale four months ago," according to Jeff Gremillion of MEDIAWEEK. Gordon Medenica, Senior VP/Group Publi
NBC''s final round coverage Sunday of the U.S Women''s Open golf tournament earned an overnight average 4.0 rating/10 share, the highest overnight for any network sports event over the weekend. The ra
SportsChannel NY (SCNY) "has begun to black out" some Mets telecasts on nine Comcast cable systems because Comcast "is refusing to pay" $1M for 25 games added to SCNY''s schedule, affecting "roughly"
Anaheim Sports has signed a five-year deal with L.A. radio station KRLA-AM to make KRLA the flagship station for Mighty Ducks'' radio broadcasts beginning this season and Angels broadcasts beginning n
The FCC has told NBC, CBS, and ABC that "for one year they may pre-empt educational children''s shows for live sports events as long as the shows are rescheduled." Two network execs told the AP that "
A book by Nike-inspired Lil'' Penny has been picked up by Crown Publishing, according to Michael Shain of the N.Y. POST. The working title is: "Knee High and Living Large: The World According to Me."
The debut of Japanese pitcher Hideki Irabu "propelled" local broadcast carrier WPIX-TV to it''s second-highest rating for an MLB game since ''88, according to Steve Zipay of NEWSDAY. Thursday''s Yanke
SportsChannel FL "has been allowed" to carry CNN/SI programming on a regular basis for up to 12 to 16 hours per day, according to Barry Jackson of the MIAMI HERALD. Dean Jordan, Chair of Front Row Com
A&J Sports, publisher of ACC Athlete magazine, has signed contracts with the SEC and the Big 10 to publish similar magazines for those conferences. The company also plans to launch a sportswear line t