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"I just wanted to get everybody in a room and play that unbelievable scene from 'Good Will Hunting' when Robin Williams says, 'It's not your fault. It's not your fault.' These people did not screw up" – Author James Andrew Miller , on the recent layoffs at ESPN ( SLATE.com, 4/27 ). ...
A year and a half after the Fusion were contracted, the city of Miami and MLS Commissioner Don Garber "have held several preliminary discussions about bringing a team back" to South FL, according to B
Monday, July 28, 2003 The VENTURA COUNTY STAR’s Jim Carlisle writes of niche sports channels , “At one time, new channels on cable were good ideas with nowhere to go. When all cable TV providers had were analog systems, they were extremely limited in channel capacity. Now with ...
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ABC earned a 4.5/15 final Nielsen rating for Sunday's final round of the British Open from 8:00am-1:30pm ET, even with last year, which had a playoff and ran from 8:00am-3:00pm. Saturday's third round
NEWSDAY's Jason Butler reported that the Liberty "will relocate to Radio City Music Hall for at least half of the 2004 season" due to the Republican National Convention being held at MSG. Radio City a
Friday, July 25, 2003 The WALL STREET JOURNAL’s Ian McDonald offers a Q&A with “Moneyball” author Michael Lewis , and writes, “What can a washout baseball player teach you about investing? Maybe a lot. … Many baseball insiders have griped about Mr. Lewis’s book, sayi ...
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The Jacksonville Airport Authority (JAA) is spending $300,000 to sponsor Super Bowl XXXVIII in Jacksonville, "joining city-owned utility JEA and other public organizations sponsoring the event," accor
Reebok Int'l yesterday reported Q2 '03 earnings, and the BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL noted the company's quarterly profit "rose 4.2[%] on higher sales of licensed sports jerseys and retro-style shoes." Ne
Today marks Universal's nationwide release of "Seabiscuit," and THE DAILY offers a round-up of reviews. FROM PAGE TO SCREEN: As is the case with most Hollywood movies, readers of Laura Hillenbrand's b
With CBS slated to broadcast the '04 Super Bowl, Viacom President Mel Karmazin said that he "expects 50[%] of the 30-second spots to be sold by the end of July." CBS Exec VP/Sports Sales John Bogusz a
The DENVER POST’s Adam Thompson reports that the Univ. of CO (CU) ’03-04 athletic budget “shows just how much a department can lean on its football team to remain financially strong.” The school’s football program is “expected to generate $12.8[M] in revenue while requiring $7.5[M] in expense ...