Fox Sports likes view from the Hill

Dempsey, John
March 2007
Daily Variety;3/28/2007, Vol. 294 Issue 63, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that David Hill has returned to his old job as the chairman-CEO of Fox Sports after serving two years as the president of the DirecTV Entertainment Group. The move followed as John Malone agreed to buy 38% stake in DirecTV of News Corp., that is the parent company of Fox Sports. The programs on Fox Sports including NFL games and Superbowl series are mentioned.


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