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Rogers Announces On-Air Talent For NHL Coverage In '14-15

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 28 / 14

Rogers today announced new broadcast talent for coverage of the '14-15 NHL season. Rogers will employ a total of 39 on-air personalities for its telecasts of more than 500 regular-season games across nine networks. Glenn Healy , Kelly Hrudey , Mike Johnson and Darren Pang will serve as game an...

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05/18/98
MARKETPLACE ROUND-UP

In Chicago, Paul Sullivan writes that "two more potential sponsors" entered the picture for Cubs rookie Kerry Wood yesterday -- Super Glue and Orange Crush. Wood cut his finger opening a can of Orange

Tags: Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Indianapolis Motor Speedway

05/18/98
NY SPORTS VENTURES' MILSTEIN THE LATEST INTERESTED IN BROWNS

Thomas Murdough, President & CEO of The Step2 Co. and a candidate for the Browns franchise, announced that he filed his formal application with the NFL by the May 15 deadline (THE DAILY). In Akron, Da

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Indians, Franchises, NFL

05/18/98
MEDIA NOTES

Turner Sports President Harvey Schiller has "denied" a N.Y. Times report that Marv Albert will meet with Turner execs about announcing NBA games next season. Schiller: "There''s no meeting scheduled w

Tags: NBA, Media, Time Warner, WNBA

05/18/98
RHETORIC INCREASES AS CLANCY THREATENS LEGAL ACTION ON SALE

Prospective Vikings Owner Tom Clancy said last night that he "probably won''t be in Miami tonight when his ownership group is scheduled to make its presentation to the NFL''s finance committee" on a $

Tags: Franchises, Houston Rockets, Minnesota Vikings, NFL

05/18/98
TODAY COULD BE THE DAY OF RECKONING FOR LIGHTNING/DAVIDSON

Pistons President Tom Wilson disputed a Tampa TV report Sunday that Lightning Owner Takashi Okubo has signed an agreement to sell the team to Pistons Owner William Davidson, according to Tim Buckley o

Tags: Detroit Pistons, Franchises, Palace Sports & Entertainment, Tampa Bay Lightning, Wilson Sporting Goods

05/18/98
NAMES IN THE NEWS

The DENVER BRONCOS will receive their Super Bowl rings on June 5 at a ceremony at team headquarters. Each ring has five carats of diamonds forming the team logo, and is valued at $37,000 (PHILADELPHIA

Tags: Denver Broncos, IOC, NHL, Nike, People and Pop Culture

05/18/98
RATINGS FOR LAST WEEKEND'S SELECT SPORTING EVENTS

The following lists ratings from selected events from the past weekend. All times are EDT. The numbers are from the networks (THE DAILY). EVENT DATE NET TIME RAT/SHR Indianapolis 500 Time Trials 5/16

Tags: ABC, CBS, Chicago Bulls, Detroit Red Wings, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Lakers, LPGA, NBA, NBC, News Corp./Fox, NHL, PBA, PGA Tour, St. Louis Blues, The Back of the Book, Utah Jazz, Viacom, Walt Disney

05/18/98
LEMIEUX THREATENS ACTION AGAINST MARINO OVER CONTRACT $$

Mario Lemieux filed a notice in Commons Plea Court on Friday that he "intended to sue" Penguins co-Owner Roger Marino for "failure to make payments" on a $42M contract signed in ''92, according to Dej

Tags: Franchises, Pittsburgh Penguins

05/18/98
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

Players Inc announced the appointment of CHARTESE BOOTY as Assistant VP/Communications. Booty formerly served as Assistant Dir of Media Relations for the NBA. Players Inc also announced the promotion

Tags: NBA, People and Pop Culture

05/18/98
ON NBC'S "SHOWTIME," STERN DISCUSSES STATE OF THE GAME

NBA Commissioner David Stern was a guest on "NBA Showtime" yesterday and was interviewed by Hannah Storm and Peter Vecsey. Asked by Storm about the mood surrounding the CBA talks, Stern said, "I would

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NBC, Seattle Storm, Showtime

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