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Lakers On-Court Struggles Produce Lowest RSN Ratings In Franchise History04 / 17 / 14
The audience for Lakers games on Time Warner Cable SportsNet took a “dramatic tumble this season," as the team's 2.15 local rating in L.A. marks what "is believed to be a new low for the franchise,” according to Joe Flint of the L.A. TIMES. The previous low was a 2.71 rating for the '04-...
Officials from the Brewers were on Capitol Hill last week "in support of public broadcasting," according to the current issue of BROADCASTING & CABLE. Sources say that the team wants out of its curren
Citing the return of Monica Seles and the Andre Agassi- Pete Sampras rivalry, USA Network has announced that its ratings for the U.S. Open were up 15% over last year. USA''s live prime time coverage a
Women''s college basketball "took another step forward in broadcasting" when Prime Sports announced Tuesday that it will begin a national Game of the Week package, starting with Georgia- Alabama on De
CHASING DEION: Fox''s Pam Oliver is getting credit from media writers for being the only reporter to push Deion Sanders on the extent of his ankle injury, thus providing the only hard news on Sanders'
Still no deal in the negotiations over the proposed Turner Broadcasting-Time Warner merger. The N.Y. POST reports a "stand- off" with TCI Chair John Malone that could kill the deal (Greg Clarkin, N.Y.
Time Warner Chair Gerald Levin flew to Denver over the weekend to meet with TCI Chair Jonh Malone in an attempt to break the "logjam" in the merger talks between Time Warner and Turner Broadcasting, o
This week, CBS is expected to renew its U.S. Open tennis contract at a figure less than the $35M a year sought by the USTA (Rudy Martzke, USA TODAY, 9/11). One CBS exec calls the USTA''s asking price
ESPN''s telecast of Cal Ripken''s record-breaking 2131st consecutive game played drew a "whopping" 7.5 cable rating, the highest mark for an ESPN baseball game. ESPN''s Mike Soltys: "Our initial expec
The following NFL games failed to sellout for this weekend and will be blacked out in their home markets. NOTE: The Lions-Vikings game was to have been blacked out in the Twin Cities, but TCF Bank and
America Online announced that it has exceeded 3.5 million subscribers, making it the largest online service. CompuServe currently claims about 3.4 million subscribers, and Prodigy more than 2 million.
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