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The Univ. of Bridgeport named Associate AD/Business & Compliance ANTHONY VITTI interim AD ( UB )....Black Hills State Univ. promoted Administrative Assistant COLLEEN MISCHKE to Assistant AD & Senior Woman Administrator ( BHSU ). Do you have an executive announcement? If so, ...
Richard Sandomir examines the "glut" in college basketball TV coverage, as conferences hit "hyperdrive" in making deals with networks and regional carriers and syndicators "to insure that they can put
MTV will film on location at the USTA Player Development HQs in Key Biscayne, FL, this weekend as they cover the U.S. National Team Training Camp. MTV Sports will focus on young female tennis players
NBC Sports President Dick Ebersol underwent an angioplasty procedure Saturday for coronary artery blockage. Ebersol will likely spend the next day or two in a San Antonio hospital, but is expected to
Atlanta viewers will get 20 more televised hours of the Summer Games than the rest of the country in a deal announced between NBC and WXIA-NBC in Atlanta, according to Jeffrey Scott of the ATLANTA CON
After officially closing his company''s $19B acquisition of Cap Cities/ABC, Walt Disney Chair Michael Eisner said he "remains open to the idea of making other acquisitions" (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 2/12)
Marlins/Dolphins/Panthers Owner H. Wayne Huizenga has talked with SportsChannel Florida about buying interest in the company, according to Barry Jackson of the MIAMI HERALD. If a sale happens, Marlins
Cap Cites/ABC formally announced their $22M deal to televise the ''98 World Cup in France. Sepp Blatter, General Secretary of FIFA, said that ABC "was the only network" from the U.S. that showed inter
The Oilers sold their radio rights in a 10-year deal to Nashville''s Dick Broadcasting Co., which, "in conjunction with Capitol Networks of Raleigh, NC, will begin to build the Oilers radio network."
The FCC unanimously approved Walt Disney Co.''s acquisition of Cap Cities/ABC, but ordered the new company to sell radio and newspaper properties in Fort Worth and Pontiac-Detroit. Disney has one year
A consortium of Japan''s TV broadcasters, made up of NHK and several private networks, agreed to pay a record $37.5M for domestic rights to the ''98 Nagano Games, "nearly three times" what they paid f