Super Start for Soccer Net

Umstead, R. Thomas
January 2005
Multichannel News;1/10/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p2
Reports on the unveiling of the Fox Soccer Channel in Fox's Super Bowl XXXIX pregame show on February 6, 2005. Conversion of Fox Sports world into the Soccer channel; Potential bid for future World Cup rights; Debut of a weekly 30-minute show focusing on amateur soccer news.


Related Articles

  • the fan. Davies, Hunter // New Statesman;11/8/2004, Vol. 133 Issue 4713, p59 

    Offers a discussion about whether the prevalence of soccer matches on television keeps fans from attending games in person. Lack of people attending soccer matches in Great Britain; Ability of people to watch sports on television or in the pub.

  • Under Review. Habib, Daniel G.; Kennedy, Kostya; Bechtel, Mark // Sports Illustrated;1/26/2004, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p26 

    This article presents two brief commentaries related to the television broadcasting of sports. You need more than a fat wallet to get an ad on the Super Bowl telecast. Last week the network rejected a 30-second spot critical of the Bush Administration's budget policy that the activist group...

  • Super Bowl XXXIX. Lowry, Brian // Variety Movie Reviews;2/ 7/2005, p1 

    The article reviews the television broadcast of Super Bowl XXXIX.

  • Why the Super Bowl Is One of Advertising's Last Safe Bets. Goodson, Scott // Adweek;2/3/2016, p1 

    The article discusses various aspects related to Super Bowl advertising. It discusses that the advertisements shown in between the Super Bowl game, are able to attract more viewers, as Super Bowl is considered as an American social and cultural phenomenon. It evaluates SunTrust Bank's Super Bowl...

  • 5 Creative Trends You'll Likely See When You Tune Into Super Bowl 50. Coffee, Patrick // Adweek;2/3/2016, p1 

    The article discusses various aspects related to 2016 Super Bowl advertisement. It mentions the various predictions regarding 2016 Super Bowl's advertisements and states that according to David & Goliath founder David Angelo, the Super Bowl advertisements are expected to be more humorous....

  • Super Bowl ad kicks up a storm in China. Jones, Arthur // Variety;2/9/2004, Vol. 393 Issue 12, p38 

    Reports on the initial live television broadcast of the 2004 Super Bowl on February 2, 2004 by the China Central Television (CCTV). Audience penetration of CCTV-5; Popularity of U.S. football in China; Statement issued by CCTV-5 director Ma Guoli.

  • The Eye has it. Quindt, Fritz // Sporting News;2/2/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 5, p11 

    This article presents views of the author about developments related to television broadcasting of sports in the U.S. Parity dies hard, even among Super Bowl telecasters. The big game will be on broadcasting network CBS for the 15th time, tying with NBC for most chances to make the most out of...

  • Broadcasters welcome Sky victory. Beale, Claire // Campaign;07/30/99, Issue 30, p1 

    Reports on the decision of Great Britain's Restrictive Practices Court clearing the Premier League of operating a cartel over the sale of its television broadcasting rights. Impact of the decision in protecting BSkyB's hold on televised football; Support given by other broadcasters to the ruling.

  • Tennis Is Served. Kerschbaumer, Ken // Broadcasting & Cable;12/16/2002, Vol. 132 Issue 51, p38 

    Focuses on an expected launch of a television channel 'The Tennis Channel,' in the U.S. Details of the deals made for distribution of tennis tournaments; List of shows to be aired on the channel; Planning on the infrastructure and staff for the channel.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics