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Thursday, September 12, 2002 ESPN.com''s Sean McAdam writes that by mid-November, when MLB "free agents become eligible to sign elsewhere, we should begin to the see the ramifications" of the new CBA.

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NFL Films Profiled

NFL Films is profiled by FORTUNE''s David Lidsky, who writes Ed Sabol and his son, Steve, have "spent the past 40 years building [the company] out of their passion for football and for movies." While

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Names In The News

JOHNNY U: NFL HOF QB JOHNNY UNITAS died yesterday at the age of 69 after suffering a heart attack. In Baltimore, Jon Morgan writes that Unitas'' "cool demeanor and pinpoint passing brought championshi

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Seahawks Facing A Blackout

About 3,500 tickets remain unsold for the Seahawks'' inaugural regular-season game at Seahawks Stadium this Sunday against the Cardinals, according to Angelo Bruscas of the SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER.

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Morning Buzz, September 12, 2002

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Thursday, September 12, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Sept 11, 2002 Sept 10, 2002 Sept 9, 2002 Sept 6, 2002 Sept 5, 2002 • Baseball

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Executive Transactions

Speed Channel named Turner Network VP/Canadian Sales & Marketing HAWLEY CHESTER as Dir of Canadian Affiliate Sales & Marketing (Speed Channel)....Global Spectrum, operator of the First Union Center an

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Closing Bell, September 12, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, September 12, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Sept 11, 2002 Sept 10, 2002 Sept 9, 2002 Sept 6, 2002 Sept 5, 2002 • Masterfoods

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It's Been A Great Eight

The Sports Business Daily begins Volume IX today while celebrating our eighth anniversary. Since ''94, The Daily has provided real-time industry news allowing our readers to make more informed busines

Impact Of MLB CBA Unknown

Opinion is "split on potential fallout" from MLB''s new labor agreement when the free-agent period begins in two months, according to Sean McAdam of ESPN.com. Some expect a "further stratification, wi

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FAA Reinstates Ban

The FAA yesterday imposed an indefinite ban on aircraft flying over sports stadiums. Aircraft are prohibited from flying within three nautical miles and cannot be any lower than 3,000 feet. The FAA st

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