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Fox Sports Hires Jeff Gordon As Full-Time Analyst For Sprint Cup RacesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 22 / 15
Fox Sports on Thursday announced that Jeff Gordon has signed a multiyear contract with the net that will see him join the net's NASCAR Sprint Cup announce team in '16 as a race analyst after he retires this year as a competitive driver. He will work alongside play-by-play announcer Mike Joy and anal...
Cox Interactive Sales, a division of TeleRep, will represent the World Wide Web sports network SportsLine USA (AD AGE, 8/16)....Fox Senior Coord. Producer John Filippelli, on Fox''s Saturday MLB: "I''
After one season as the radio home to the Maple Leafs, Q-107 in Toronto announced it is sending the hockey coverage to its sister station, AM640, according to Rob Longley of the TORONTO SUN. Danny Kin
"Muhammad Ali: The Whole Story" will premiere Tuesday, September 3 at 8:00pm EDT on TNT. Mike Reynolds of INSIDE MEDIA reports the movie is a "two-hour documentary-style film culled from ''thousands''
Liberty Sports execs Ed Frazier and Joe King officially announced the formation of their new holding company, Frazier King Media, established to create and develop media assets and to assist on media
CBC''s Blue Jays ratings are down this year and "have been dropping steadily" since the team''s ''93 championship season, according to William Houston of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. The Jays'' average a
Times Mirror''s The Sporting News has joined with Rainbow Programming Holdings'' sports networks -- NewSport, Prime and SportsChannel Regional Network -- to provide integrated media opportunities for
NBC''s Bob Costas was the target of a quarter page ad in Wednesday''s Washington Post congratulating the Chinese Olympic team and criticizing Costas for comments he made about the team. The ad, taken
Turner Sports said it may drop of few of the Heat''s scheduled ten telecasts if the team gets off to a slow start now that they''ve lost Juwan Howard. NBC has no plans to drop any of its five Heat tel
ESPN sportscaster Tom Mees died yesterday after drowning in a neighbor''s pool. Mees, one of the original three announcers to stay with ESPN since its inception in ''79, was 46. In the early edition o
ESPN has "been pitching advertisers on a global deal" that would include commercial time on all its properties, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, ESPN Radio, SportsZone, and their magazines....Sources s