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05/07/96
MEDIA NOTES

NEWSDAY''s Steve Zipay calls the 9:30pm EDT tip-off on TNT for the Knicks-Bulls tonight "ridiculously late for a weeknight, and lousy scheduling for a league that boasts of its reputation for attracti

Tags: ABC, Atlanta Braves, Cablevision, CBS, Chicago Bulls, MLB, NBA, New York Knicks, News Corp./Fox, San Antonio Spurs, Media, TBS/TNT, Time Warner, Utah Jazz, Viacom, Walt Disney

05/06/96
NETWORK NEWS: HOW FOX PLANS TO SAVE BASEBALL

Fox Sports'' plans for its MLB coverage are examined in a piece in Sunday''s N.Y. TIMES MAGAZINE. Tom Friend writes, "Fox executives are arrogant to the core, and believe they could market even a game

Tags: ABC, MLB, NBA, NBC, Brooklyn Nets, New Orleans Saints, News Corp./Fox, Nike, Media, Viacom, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

05/06/96
MEDIA NOTES

Canada''s TSN and its French-language affiliate RDS lost the satellite feed from the Canada-Russia semifinal game in the hockey World Championships just as Canada''s Paul Kariya was preparing to take

Tags: ABC, Cablevision, ESPN, LPGA, Madison Square Garden, NBC, New York Knicks, New York Yankees, News Corp./Fox, PGA Tour, Media, Time Warner, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

05/03/96
CBC TO AVOID STRIKE-SHORTENED PLAYOFF SEASON ... FOR NOW

Negotiators for the four CBC unions contemplating a strike said NHL playoff coverage will not be disrupted through the weekend. As of midnight tonight, all unions will be in a strike position (TORONTO

Tags: Canadian Broadcasting Corp., NHL, Media

05/03/96
PLAYOFF ACTION ON PAY-PER-VIEW: IT'S POST-SEASON ON DEMAND

A growing number of NBA and NHL teams are making their first and second round home playoff games available only via pay-per- view. In the NBA, the Rockets, Suns, Blazers, Sonics, and Spurs all distrib

Tags: Colorado Avalanche, Houston Rockets, NBA, NHL, Phoenix Suns, San Antonio Spurs, Media, St. Louis Blues, TBS/TNT, Time Warner

05/03/96
MEDIA NOTES

In a move designed to boost ABC''s college basketball ratings, Raycom, which produces the games for the network, plans to reduce the number of broadcast "windows" next season, according to sources in

Tags: ABC, ATT, CBS, ESPN, LPGA, NASCAR, News Corp./Fox, Media, USA Networks, Viacom, Visa, Walt Disney

05/02/96
CORPORATE REPORT: WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO BE A MOGUL, TOO?

Time Warner Chair Gerald Levin told Larry King he believes the FTC will not challenge the $7.5B merger of his company with Turner Broadcasting. Levin: "As long as Levin, Turner and Malone want it to h

Tags: ABC, Cablevision, NBC, New York Liberty, News Corp./Fox, Orlando Magic, RDV Sports, Media, Time Warner, Walt Disney

05/02/96
MEDIA NOTES

While more than 40,000 customers ordered first- and second- round Rockets playoff games on pay-per-view last year, a spokesperson for Cox Communications said only about 20,000 orders were expected for

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Houston Rockets, LPGA, NBA, NFL, NHL, Media, Toronto Blue Jays

05/02/96
ONLINE REPORT: HEAT JOIN GROWING LIST OF ONLINE TEAMS

The Heat have launched their own team Web site magazine at http://www.nba.com/heat/heatwave. Designed to provide "fun facts and insights" about the team, the site has seven sections. They include: "Ki

Tags: Miami Heat, Media

05/02/96
FIFA SPLIT OVER BIDS FOR RIGHTS TO FUTURE WORLD CUPS

The leadership at FIFA is facing a "boardroom revolt" over its handling of future World Cup marketing and TV rights, according to today''s FINANCIAL TIMES. European members of FIFA''s Executive Commit

Tags: IMG, NBA, NBC, Media, WNBA

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