Dressler's Last Play: NFL Network Talks

Umsted, R. Thomas
October 2006
Multichannel News;10/9/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 40, p6
The article reports on the proposed distribution deal between National Football League (NFL) Network with Fred Dressler before he retires from his executive position at Time Warner Inc. in the U.S. Time Warner executives confirmed with the network on the deal which would include eight live regular-season game telecasts. Meanwhile, the network set up a web site to tell fans to make their wishes known to the cable networks that they want the NFL network.


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