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The Warriors and Entercom-owned KGMZ-FM have entered into a multiyear agreement to make the station the team's new radio flagship. Expanded Warriors programming includes an additional 60 minutes of coverage to each of the existing 30-minute pre- and postgame programs and heightened in-season daily c...
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The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, March 14, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell • World Congress Panel Discusses The Future Of Sports • Merrill Lynch Downgrades Reebok’s
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YES Network CEO Leo Hindery said that Cablevision''s three million N.Y.-area subscribers "probably won''t be able to see the Yankees'' Opening Day telecast even if a deal is reached soon," according t
Howard Schultz At the World Congress of Sports in N.Y. yesterday, Sonics Owner Howard Schultz said of the Hornets'' possible relocation to New Orleans: "Sitting in Seattle ... as an NBA owner, what I
Steiner Sports Marketing President Brandon Steiner, on companies advertising in the college sports: "You have kids that are leaving after one or two years, so it''s very difficult to buy into individu
It was like the kiss of death for sports. A-B''s Tony Ponturo, on the Ally McBeal signage behind home plate during the World Series and the increase in clutter on sports programming
The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Thursday, March 14, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz • March Madness Begins Today, Just Not So Close To Home • Today''s B
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NFL Films is "picking up more non-football assignments," as the company "wants to create more" TV ads, "wants to expand its work in the music video business," and "has set its sights on Hollywood
NFL Senior VP/Communications Joe Browne said that a vote "to waive the league''s ''50-degree rule,'' which would clear the path" for a Super Bowl in Giants Stadium in ''07, is "not likely until May,"
Scarborough Sports Marketing surveys respondents about their interest in different sports leagues. The following details market-by-market fan avidity for NASCAR. For example, 36% of the respondents in