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Saturday Boxing HOFer Evander Holyfield and featherweight champion Abner Mares will serve as analysts on the Fox network telecast of the Premier Boxing Champions bout headlined by Deontay Wilder - Gerald Washington . The fight is at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Ala.
Needing to keep its identity as the "Olympic Network" since it has opted out of other high-priced sports properties, GE/NBC landed media and marketing rights to the 2010 and 2012 Games with a whopping
TV MONITOR: Last night's 11:00pm ET 90-minute edition of ESPN's "SportsCenter" (late due to Yankees-Cubs) led with Spurs-Nets Game Three, followed by Yankees-Cubs, Red Sox-Brewers and Blue Jays-Reds.
The FINANCIAL TIMES’ Raymond Colitt reports that Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva signed into law “a type of consumer code for football aficionados,” called a “statute for fans.” The law “requires referees, who are currently appointed at will, to be chosen by lottery.” Ad ...
Despite Sammy Sosa being caught with a corked-bat last week, one major advertiser "is moving ahead with negotiations on a new Sosa deal," according to CNNMONEY's Chris Isidore. The unidentified compan
GE/NBC on Friday acquired the U.S. media rights to the 2010 and 2012 Olympic Games with a total package of $2.201B. The net paid $820M for the 2010 Winter Games and $1.181B for the 2012 Summer Games.
ABC earned a 7.3/13 overnight Nielsen rating for Friday's Nets-Spurs Game Two from 8:00-11:15pm, down 29% from last year's 10.3/18 for NBC's coverage of Nets-Lakers Game Two (THE DAILY). ABC is averag
BLOOMBERG NEWS' Scott Soshnick reported that the Nets are "considering several sites in N.Y." if negotiations with the city of Newark fail to result in a new arena for themselves and the Devils. Sourc
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ACC Commissioner John Swofford said yesterday that the conference would "move forward with its expansion plans despite the lawsuit [filed by five Big East schools Friday] and had done nothing wrong in
"We're a General Electric company. You do not get out of the building without a business plan." NBC Sports & Olympics Chair Dick Ebersol, on whether the net's $2.2B Olympic media deal will be p