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Friday NFL Network will air " NFL Films Presents : Touchdown In Israel " tonight at 8:00pm ET. The show follows the journey of Patriots Owner Robert Kraft and 18 Pro Football HOFers to Israel. Saturday MSG Networks will roll out its fall programming lineup, including the return of "T...

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Visa Breaks Third Olympic Ad

By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large, The SportsBusiness Daily Longtime Olympic sponsor Visa is set to break another Olympic-themed ad next week, some five weeks before the Athens Games begin. What will b

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Morning Buzz, July 9, 2004

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College World Series Ratings

ESPN's five College World Series telecasts from Omaha, Nebraska, this year averaged a 1.1/ (965,832 HHs) Nielsen cable rating, and ESPN2's ten games averaged a 0.8/ (677,631 HHs). The following presen

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Marketplace Round-Up

CALLAWAY: Callaway Golf has named Young & Rubicam, Southern California, as its agency of record. Callaway also signed former Oklahoma State Univ. golfer Casey Wittenberg to an exclusive multiyear agre

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DirectTV Euro 2004 Sales Soar

DirecTV reports that it more than doubled pay-per-view subscription sales for the recent European soccer championships, compared with four years ago when the tournament was last held, according to Spo

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Petco Park Buzz Slowing Down

Three months after Petco Park opened, "the new ballpark buzz has already dissipated and pennant fever remains at room temperature," according to Tim Sullivan of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. Home atten

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T'Wolves Get New TV Deal

The T'Wolves have signed a six-year over-the-air TV deal with Hubbard Broadcasting-owned KSTC-Ind and KSTP-ABC to broadcast 35 regular-season games and some postseason games. WFTC-UPN was the T'Wolves

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League Notes

A THORN-Y DEAL? In Boston, Steve Conroy reports that Bruins C Joe Thornton, a restricted free agent, "became the first North American star to sign a deal with a European club" ahead of the anticipated

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Closing Bell, July 9 , 2004

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