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Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban will appear in a one-on-one interview on HBO's "Real Sports" at 9:00pm ET.

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THE MARQUEE GROUP LAUNCHES FIRST GLOBAL VENTURE

The Marquee Group will join with Montreal-based film and TV production company Telescene Communications in a venture to develop programming. Marquee Group President & CEO Bob Gutkowski told THE HOLLYW

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03/28/96
COMCAST WELCOME AS AN INVESTOR IN PHILADELPHIA RSNS

Michael Bair, Exec VP of Rainbow Sports -- owner of both SportsChannel Philadelphia and PRISM -- told CABLE WORLD that he has already had "very brief" discussions with Comcast regarding the impact on

Tags: Comcast-Spectacor, Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Phillies, Media

03/28/96
WILL IRL/CART CONFLICT BE A POSITIVE FOR RACING?

ESPN2''s "RPM 2Night" host John Kernan speculates that there may be a silver lining to the IRL/CART dispute -- increased exposure for racing. Kernan asks, "Can you remember this early in the year when

Tags: Champ Car World Series, ESPN, IndyCar, Media, Walt Disney

03/28/96
TINKERING IN THE TRUCK -- FOX TECHIES WORK ON PUCK

In preparation for Sunday''s re-launch of the FoxTrax computer-enhanced puck in Detroit, about a dozen Fox technicians used Wednesday''s Red Wings-Sabres game to fine-tune the look of the new technolo

Tags: Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings, News Corp./Fox, Media

03/27/96
MEDIA NOTES

The MLS DC United has agreed with Home Team Sports to air an additional 19 games. The team will be shown 13 times on ESPN, ESPN2 and Univision (DC United)....ESPN and ESPN2 will air 41 Roller Hockey I

Tags: ABC, AEG, CBS, Comcast-Spectacor, DC United, ESPN, MLB, MLS, NBA, New York Mets, News Corp./Fox, Media, Viacom, Walt Disney

03/27/96
MLB'S TV RIGHTS DEALS: TEAM-BY-TEAM ROUND-UP

Today: The American League. The following list comes from the current issue of BROADCASTING & CABLE. "YEAR" = status and length of current deal (B&C, 3/25 issue). BROADCAST CABLE AL-E STATION GAMES YE

Tags: LA Angels, Anaheim Sports, Atlanta Braves, Cablevision, Canadian Broadcasting Corp., CBS, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Colorado Rockies, Comcast-Spectacor, Detroit Tigers, Madison Square Garden, Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Media, Time Warner, Viacom, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

03/27/96
KMAX SWITCH LEAVES L.A. WITHOUT ALL-SPORTS RADIO OUTLET

All-sports KMAX-FM will change to a rock-n-roll format midnight Monday, becoming the second L.A.-area station to abandon the all-sports format in two years. Larry Stewart reports in this morning''s L.

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03/27/96
EISNER, IGER BOTH FOND OF ESPN'S BORNSTEIN

More from VARIETY''s report that ESPN President Steve Bornstein will assume control of ABC Sports under new Disney ownership of both networks. J. Max Robins reports since Disney acquired Cap Cities/AB

Tags: ABC, ESPN, NBC, Media, Walt Disney

03/27/96
@ WEDNESDAY WEB SITE OF THE WEEK

"The Rink," a Web site produced by CTV Sports to run in conjunction with the Canadian network''s coverage of the World Figure Skating Championships, was a glimpse into the possibilities of "netcasting

Tags: LPGA, Nielsen, PGA Tour, Media

03/27/96
SPORTSCHANNEL PUSHES TWO ISLANDER GAMES TO PAY- PER-VIEW

SportsChannel New York announced yesterday that it would televise two Islanders games via pay-per-view due to scheduling conflicts. Steve Zipay reports in this morning''s NEWSDAY that the telecasts ar

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