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CBS is ending Jim Rome's daily show on CBS Sports Network, "Rome." The decision is being described as mutual, and Rome will stay with CBS and focus on other radio and TV projects. CBS will continue to produce the show through late March, but the show's staff was told this week that the its two-year ...
The WNBA and the WNBPA reached a four-year CBA yesterday, which includes a re-opener after three years. NBPA Dir of Operations Pam Wheeler said that the new deal "includes most of the basic terms" of
The Dolphins and Pro Player Stadium are "teaming up" on a new ad campaign "designed to coax fans out of their living rooms and into stadium seats," according to Alan Snel of the Ft. Lauderdale SUN-SEN
The USOC is launching a $10M ad campaign, expected to begin June 24th, to "help shift attention from the (IOC) scandal," according to USA TODAY''s Bruce Horovitz. Athletes will be "front-and-center" i
In anticipation of tomorrow''s 125th running of the Kentucky Derby, THE DAILY lists Nielsen ratings for the last 25 Runs for the Roses. The Derby was broadcast on ABC from ''75-98, while CBS had the '
The MN Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the Twins are "exempt" from federal and state antitrust laws, "possibly ending an investigation into whether baseball owners conspired to try to get public mo
USA TODAY profiles Digital Entertainment Network (DEN), a CA-based company planning to launch original entertainment programming over the Internet aimed at 12-to 24-year-olds. Among the 30 new shows D
The White Sox are a "fallen franchise, victims of their own mismanagement, miscalculations and misperceptions," according to Dave Van Dyck of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, who writes that the team has the "d
In N.Y., Rush & Malloy report that Democratic presidential candidate BILL BRADLEY is "getting assists" from MICHAEL JORDAN and PHIL JACKSON, each of whom donated $1,000 to his campaign (N.Y. DAILY NEW
While ABC will air the 125th running of the Kentucky Derby tomorrow, IMG Senior VP Barry Frank and NBC Sports Chair Dick Ebersol "regard" Fox, CBS, NBC and 25-year incumbent ABC as all being intereste
The USTA selected Fallon McElligott, N.Y., to produce this year''s U.S. Open ad campaign and work to promote the organization and the game of tennis. The account includes a multi-media campaign around