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NBC Sports Group has collaborated with chef Thomas Keller 's Bouchon Bakery on a "Puck Cake" to kick off NBC's coverage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. More than 6,500 of the cakes will be produced with the logos of the 16 playoff teams and are being distributed to athletes, celebrity hockey fans and ...

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04/01/97
MEDIA NOTES

The Corel WTA Tour has added Fox Sports Net to its international TV package. The package will be marketed by TWI, the Tour''s TV agent. Fox Sports Net will offer five non-domestic Tier I and II events

Tags: IMG, News Corp./Fox, Media

04/01/97
JAZZ AND DELTA CENTER OPPOSE STATE'S TAX SYSTEM

Delta Center officials are "protesting" UT''s process for determining sales taxes on the arena''s luxury suites, according to Sheila McCann in the SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. Arena and Jazz officials "are also

Tags: Franchises, Utah Jazz

04/01/97
ADDITIONAL CHARLOTTE COLISEUM SUITORS ENTER THE FRAY

The Charlotte City Council received two letters yesterday, which said that if the city plans to sell the Coliseum, "others besides [Hornets Owner George] Shinn are interested" (Mary Elizabeth Deangeli

Tags: Facilities, New Orleans Pelicans

04/01/97
TAYLOR MADE GOLF UNVEILS TI BUBBLE 2

It''s the most revolutionary, most advanced, most complete golf club Taylor Made Golf has ever designed. It''s the perfect combination of a breakthrough titanium head design and brand new Bubble Shaft

Tags: Classified Advertisements, Washington Nationals

04/01/97
COMMITTEE PASSES WA GOVERNOR'S STADIUM PLAN, HOUSE NEXT

A "key" WA State Senate committee passed WA Gov. Gary Locke''s "embattled" plan to build a new Seahawks stadium, and Locke said he has "finally clinched" the votes he needs to move the bill out of the

Tags: Facilities, Seattle Seahawks, Vulcan Ventures

04/01/97
SUPREME COURT RULES CABLE MUST CARRY LOCAL TV STATIONS

"In a case affecting what television programming Americans receive," the Supreme Court ruled yesterday that cable systems can be forced to carry local broadcast TV stations, according to Joan Biskupic

Tags: Sports Illustrated, Media, Time Warner

04/01/97
DALY CHECKS INTO ALCOHOL REHAB; WILSON TO STAND BY ITS MAN?

JOHN DALY checked himself into the Betty Ford Center over the weekend for alcohol rehabilitation. Daly, in the Memphis Commercial Appeal: "If I don''t feel like I can keep from drinking, I''m through.

Tags: People and Pop Culture, Wilson Sporting Goods

04/01/97
CUTE RED HARD HATS? UNFINISHED ANGELS' STADIUM OPENS

The opening of the "under-construction" Anaheim Stadium was examined by Barbara Kingsley in the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. As ushers wore "cute red hard hats," Kingsley wrote, "except for some complaints

Tags: LA Angels, Anaheim Sports, Facilities, Walt Disney

04/01/97
NIKE, PART II: HEAVEN'S GATE GIVES COMPANY MORE INK

The 39 victims of the Rancho Santa Fe mass suicide were all wearing brand new black Nike running shoes, a fact that was picked up in the weekend press. A former Heaven''s Gate cult member named Sawyer

Tags: CBS, Nike, Viacom

04/01/97
STERN REACTIONS: MEDIA RESPOND TO CALIPARI, HALBERSTAM FINES

Media reactions continue over NBA Commissioner David Stern''s $25,000 fining of Nets Coach John Calipari and $2,500 fining of Heat radio broadcaster David Halberstam for remarks made last week. GOOD C

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Miami Heat, NBA, Brooklyn Nets, YankeeNets

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