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Audience Analysis: ESPN Gets Strong Audience For Randy Moss "30 For 30" Documentary

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ESPN drew 2.17 million viewers for “Rand University” on Nov. 11, marking the net’s best documentary audience since the premiere of “The Book Of Manning” on Sept. 24, 2013 and eighth-best documentary audience since the “30 for 30” project began in ’09. ...

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Facility Notes

In Milwaukee, Don Walker reports negotiations between reps of the Bucks and Journal Communications involving the sale of the company's property for a new, multipurpose arena "are ongoing, but talks with a key player in the effort -- the Wisconsin Center District -- have yet to begin." WCD Chair Fran ...

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Back9Network Will Need To Fight For Traction

With Back9Network “dogged by turmoil, burning through a bank account and fighting for an audience,” the golf lifestyle outlet “faces long odds,” according to Pete Madden of SI GOLF. But Back9Network CEO Charles Cox said that by “focusing almost exclusively on the profe ...

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Foot Locker Income Rises In Q3

Foot Locker this morning reported net income of $120M for the company’s Q3 ending Nov. 1, up 17% from $104M during the same period last year. Q3 comparable-store sales also increased 7%. Total Q3 sales increased 7% to $1.731M, compared with $1.622M last year ( Foot Locker ). The company also r ...

Top Ten....Getting Jobbed

Last night’s “Top Ten List” was “Top Ten Ways To Botch A Job Interview.” CBS’ David Letterman said, “In Southern California, a job applicant showed up drunk to his interview, a fight ensued and he stabbed the guy conducting the interview. … He was h ...

Laugh Track....Popping Bottles

NBC’s Jimmy Fallon said, “After signing a contract for $325 million this week, Marlins player Giancarlo Stanton celebrated with a $20,000 bottle of champagne. So let the road to inexplicable bankruptcy begin. … When asked what made the champagne so expensive the bartender said, ...

Final Jeopardy....

“What is 1920?” Future Presidents Warren G. Harding , Calvin Coolidge and Franklin D. Roosevelt were on the ballot, as well as Democrat James M. Cox .

Final Jeopardy!

Last night’s “Final Jeopardy!” category was “20th Century Presidential Elections.” “In this year, there were no presidents or vice presidents running, but three of the four men on the two major party ballots would become president.”

Twitter Me This....

Excellent planning meeting today with producers of all aspects of the inaugural @CFBPlayoff NCG. Gonna be a fun weekend celebration of CFB! — Michael Kelly (@MKellyCFP) November 21, 2014 De Smith bashing again, I see. Didn't he collectively bargained the power away? So a bad ne ...

Today's Events....

The MLB Cardinals HOF & Museum will host a formal ribbon cutting ceremony to open a temporary exhibit, "Stan Musial 'The Man' Off The Field." Today would have been late Baseball HOFer  Stan Musial 's 94th birthday.

Night Moves....Raiders Of The Lost Ark

This morning's 1:00am ET editions of ESPN’s “SportsCenter” and FS1’s “Fox Sports Live” both led with “Thursday Night Football” featuring Chiefs-Raiders, with ESPN following with the rescheduling of Jets-Bills and Clippers-Heat. FS1 followed with Kansas ...

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