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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 02 / 16

Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment has partnered with Hospital for Special Surgery and LeFrak Center at Lakeside to launch Sticks & Skates, a community program designed to provide free public ice skating and hockey programming ( BS&E ). ...

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Closing Bell, April 11, 2003

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Friday, April 11, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Apr 10, 2003 Apr 9, 2003 Apr 8, 2003 Apr 7, 2003 Apr 4, 2003 • USOC BOD To Meet I

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Final Weekend Nielsen Ratings

The following lists final Nielsen ratings from recent sports events (THE DAILY). EVENT DATE NET TIME RAT/SHR World Short Track Speed Skating 4/5 ABC 1:00-2:00pm 0.8/2 World Figure Skating Championship

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Expos Head South For Home Opener As the Expos open their "home" schedule against the Mets in Puerto Rico tonight, some signs indicate this may be more than just a one-year experiment. Atlanta business

Cox Sports-Charter Dispute

Cox Sports Television (CST) VP Rod Mickler said yesterday that "negotiations between [CST] and Charter Communications are off, denying north shore viewers the opportunity to see the Hornets play" this

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Names In The News

Robbins Peeved At HOF Snub Hockey News Co-Founder & Former Publisher KEN McKENZIE died Wednesday from complications after colon cancer surgery in Toronto. He was 79. (AP, 4/10)....As the Baseball HOF

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Talking ''Bout A Revolution F1 teams unanimously support charter for breakaway open- wheel series for ''08. Nantz Around The Issue CBS to make brief mention of membership story at top of Masters broad

Golf Agency Mergers Questioned

In the late ''90s, the golf agency business was "filled with ripe acquisition targets," but now "it seems less clear whether mergers and buyouts will continue in the future," according to Gene Yasuda

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THE DAILY Goes One-On-One…

NHLE President Ed Horne The NHL opened its Stanley Cup Playoffs this week fresh off one of its biggest non-TV deals ever — the agreement that marries The Hockey Company to the league for the next

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Friday, April 11, 2003 The IL DAILY HERALD’s Ted Cox writes of the slow rollout of HDTV and more specifically of ESPN HD: “It also must have something to do with ESPN’s eagerness to pass costs on to s

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Stern Eyeing NBA TV On Cable

NBA Commissioner David Stern on a conference call yesterday said that the league and cable operators "have narrowed their differences over carriage issues and that [NBA TV] will likely end up on sport

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