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Media reporter Joe Flint : "Very excited to be re-joining the WSJ on the media beat and very grateful to the LA Times for five great years." Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot : "For Johny Manziel's final team period today, the Beastie Boys' 'Fight for your right to party' blared...
HOCKEY: In Toronto, the GLOBE & MAIL has started a special 12-part series on the state of hockey in Canada called, "A Game In Crisis." In Saturday''s opener, William Houston wrote, "Canadian youth hoc
Three of the expected top picks in the April 18 NFL Draft -- Peyton Manning, Ryan Leaf and Charles Woodson -- will be in NYC today shooting a commercial "for wide airing" on ESPN, according to Neal Tr
The Trail Blazers "might remove as many as 2,000 seats" from the Rose Garden this summer, according to Jeff Manning of the Portland OREGONIAN. The team has sold out "only" eight games this season, and
MLB has scored an "overseas media coup, breaking a cartel of Korean TV networks to secure a new over-the-air TV deal" with Ichon TV "that triples over the next three years," to around $3M in 2000, acc
Marcelo Rios, the No. 1 men''s tennis player in the world, has "no shortage of fans, players and marketing executives trying to figure him out," according to Brook Larmer of NEWSWEEK. Larmer: "Is Rios
ALFRED WHITE, the head of the NCAA''s corporate partner program, will be named commissioner of the Southern Conference, according to Rob Daniels of the Greensboro NEWS & RECORD. White is a "nationally
The convergence of the Raptors and Maple Leafs "under one corporate roof is likely the beginning of a Toronto- based sports-media conglomerate," designed to compete "head- on" with the likes of Disney
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The Indians hope to raise as much as $73M "through a stock offering that will allow the public to buy 4 million shares at $14 to $16 each in June," according to Mary Vanac of the AKRON BEACON JOURNAL.
The Twins drew 43,848 for their home opener Friday night against the Royals -- the team''s largest opening crowd since 51,617 in ''93 (Scott Miller, ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 4/4). The Twins drew 10,851
The following lists overnight ratings from Sunday''s network sports events. All times are EDT. The numbers are from the networks (THE DAILY). EVENT DATE NET TIME RAT/SHR PGA Senior Tour: The Tradition