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Friday Boxing announcer Michael Buffer will ring the NASDAQ Closing Bell to celebrate Saturday’s Gennady Golovkin - Daniel Geale championship bout at MSG. Late WGN Cubs and White Sox TV and radio announcer Jack Brickhouse will be honored during the afternoon Cardin...
Rick Ray, CEO & President of Raycom, Inc., will resign his position after 16 years. Ray will continue to serve on the Board of Directors of Ellis Communications, the parent company of Raycom. Burt Ell
Since executives at new CBS parent Westinghouse have said they want to return to covering the NFL, the "rumor is that the battleground will be on ''Monday Night Football,''" according to Steve Zipay o
ESPN has announced that over 70,000,000 fans have participated in their "Football Phone-atic Sweepstakes" sponsored by Visa -- aimed at increasing awareness for ESPN''s Sunday Night NFL Telecasts (ESP
Re-regulation has helped The Golf Channel remarket itself, "creating a new rate card with competitive basic and tier prices that have helped the channel get distribution deals for more than 350,000 ho
Canadian versions of Sports Illustrated will increase despite a bill in the Canadian Senate that would place a heavy tax on the publication. Nick Wattson, Sales Manager for SI Canada, has reportedly t
The NFL and NBC will join to produce "a pair of special pre Super Bowl programs" this January, according to Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK. One will feature a grassroots youth sports organization and the o
The FCC approved Westinghouse Electric Corp.''s $5.4B purchase of CBS granting Westinghouse a "large number of permanent or temporary waivers of agency rules that limit broadcasters'' concentration."
Promoter Don King is close to finalizing a deal that would have Mike Tyson fight Buster Mathis Jr. on free TV on December 16 at the Atlantic City Convention Center. The fight will reportedly be shown
NFL moves into smaller markets have "prompted network concern," according to Jim Baker in today''s BOSTON HERALD. While the AFC, and thus NBC, have been "hit the hardest," NBC Sports President Dick Eb
Phil Mushnick writes some TV execs "are trying to influence a major cable operator in New Jersey to share in the creation of a real-deal New Jersey sports network" that would carry the Nets and Devils