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NFL Working To Reduce Number Of TV Breaks; Goodell Says "TNF" Was Too CommercializedPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 23 / 17
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a letter to fans yesterday said the league was going to work to reduce commercial time during games, and this morning noted the moves will "make the game much more compelling." Appearing on ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike," Goodell said the league currently has patter...
Churchill Downs GM Alex Waldrop informed the Kentucky Racing Commission that the track "is considering a request by ABC Sports" to allow a camera to be affixed to a car that would follow horses during
IBM reported record traffic for The Masters'' official Web site from April 8-11, with a total of 263.5 million hits and 82.8 million page views. During the entire active state of the Web site, it reco
The Tigers pulled $25,000 worth of advertising off of WDFN-AM yesterday because of "what they considered undue criticism of Comerica Park" by the station, according to Tom Gage of the DETROIT NEWS. Ti
In Chicago, Ed Sherman writes that CBS made a "good move" by adding Dan Dierdorf. Sherman: "For all the knocks against him on ABC''s ''Monday Night Football,'' Dierdorf is a solid broadcaster" (CHICAG
NBA Entertainment is assisting China Central TV (CCTV) to produce two 45-minute documentaries about the league, which will be broadcast this summer in China on CCTV, according to John Smallwood of the
Fox Sports Net (FSN) "is planning" to organize and televise a national high school football championship game in December 2000. FSN is working with Student Sports Inc. to organize the game and the pai
USA TODAY BASEBALL WEEKLY profiles the Web sites of each MLB team in its current issue and lists the Dodgers, D''Backs, Giants, Astros and Blue Jays as its "Top Five" (BASEBALL WEEKLY, 4/14 issue). In
As part of its integrated marketing partnership with the Ravens, PSINet is launching an affinity Internet service called Ravenszone around Saturday''s NFL Draft, according to Shannon Henry of the WASH
A NEW APPROACH: DAILY VARIETY''s Richard Morgan writes that Infinity Broadcasting Corp. has formed CBS Radio Promotions Group "to develop event-marketing and sponsorship opportunities for advertisers"
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