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09/19/96
UNIVERSITY NETCASTING SIGNS UP CHARTER COLLEGE WEB MEMBERS

Notre Dame, USC, Univ. of California, Univ. of Arizona, Texas Tech and the Big 12 Conference are charter members of University Netcasting''s network of official athletic sites on the World Wide Web. U

Tags: Media

09/19/96
KINGS OWNER PROPOSES DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO SPORTS COMPLEX

Kings Owner Jim Thomas proposed a downtown sports and entertainment complex Tuesday, anchored by a MLB ballpark and a new arena for his basketball team, according to Delsohn & Bizjak of the SACRAMENTO

Tags: Facilities, MLB

09/19/96
OLYMPIC NOTES

The Berlin newspaper Berliner Zeitung reported the IOC paid $7.3M in "hush money" to Monique Berlioux when it dismissed her as administrative chief in ''85, according to the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS. T

Tags: IOC, Olympics

09/19/96
SOUTHWESTERN BELL GOES 100% COTTON WITH BOWL DEAL

A 17-month search for a title sponsor for the Cotton Bowl ended yesterday when Southwestern Bell signed a four-year, $5.2M deal, under which the game will now officially be called the Southwestern Bel

09/19/96
FORUM NOT AS SMOOTH AS A MOLSON; PHILLY GETTING SMOKED OUT?

The C$230M Molson Centre is having "problems," involving concourses which are "too narrow to handle large crowds," and not enough restrooms, particularly when filled to its seating capacity of 21,361,

Tags: Facilities, Montreal Canadiens, NHL

09/19/96
THEY GOT THE LOOK: SYDNEY ORGANIZERS UNVEIL OLYMPIC LOGO

Sydney Olympic Organizers recently unveiled the logo for the 2000 Summer Games, according to Karene Witcher of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. The configuration of three boomerangs is "supposed to evoke an i

Tags: Olympics

09/18/96
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

Footaction named HOMER GREER Senior VP/Finance & Administration. He replaces DON ROACH, who was named Controller of Footaction''s parent company FootStar (SPORTING GOODS BUSINESS, 9/96 issue)....ISI p

Tags: People and Pop Culture

09/18/96
NBA SALARY CAP EXAMINED BY STAR-LEDGER

Noting the NBA''s "new economic order has begun to take shape," Dan Wasserman of the Newark STAR-LEDGER examines the ins- and-outs of the NBA salary cap and how "savvy GMs" are able to "tip the salary

Tags: Franchises, NBA

09/18/96
AN HBO ORIGINAL? TURNER'S ROLE IN NEW TIME WARNER ANNOUNCED

When Time Warner''s acquisition of Turner Broadcasting System is completed next month, Ted Turner will be given the title Vice Chair and will oversee HBO, CNN, TNT, Cinemax and the Cartoon Network, ac

Tags: Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks, HBO, Media, TBS/TNT, Time Warner

09/18/96
ATLANTA LOOKS LONGINGLY FOR OLYMPIC FINANCIAL BONANZA

The economic impact of the Olympic Games on Atlanta is examined by Margaret McCorry of "Bloomberg Business News." The ''96 Games "generated lots of hype but not enough dollars to put Atlanta back in t

Tags: Atlanta Braves, Olympics, Time Warner

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