Playing for Keeps

Kerschbaumer, Ken
October 2004
Broadcasting & Cable;10/4/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 40, p26
Discusses the establishment of SportsNet Chicago HD and SportsNet West by Comcast in order to produce high-definition sports in the U.S. Sports events that the regional sports network will produce; Advantages offered by a production vehicle that the regional networks built with National Mobile Television; Reason of Comcast for producing high-definition sports.


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