October 2005
CableFAX Daily;10/25/2005, Vol. 16 Issue 207, p2
Market Research Report
Reports on a number of U.S. college football games that will be shown by ESPN in high definition (HD) TV. Remarks from Bryan Burns, an executive for HD service at ESPN, on the HD service being offered by the company; Plan of ESPN to show all of the soccer matches at World Cup in HD.


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