Donahue, Steve
March 2007
Multichannel News;3/12/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p18
The article reports on the extended competition between TVG Network and HorseRacing TV on online wagering on horse races in the U.S. The rivalry extends as, both networks permit viewers to place bets via telephone, the Internet, and the television since the Port Security Improvement Act grants online wagering on horce racing. As a result, TVG allows wagers from consumers in 12 states, while HRTV accepts fans to pony up bets in 34 states.


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