WORLD CUP RUNNETH OVER
- Northern Asia: Cable TV and Fifa accept settlements. // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;8/24/2007, p30
The article reports that Hong Kong, China's Cable TV and Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), have accepted settlements from three bars for illegally broadcasting of 2006 Soccer World Cup.
- FIFA KICKS UP RECORD DEAL. Dempsey, John // Daily Variety;11/3/2005, Vol. 289 Issue 24, p19
Reports on the contract between Federation Internationale de Football Association and ESPN Inc. and ABC Sports for English-language rights to two World Cups and other tournaments and Univision for Spanish-language television rights. Total amount of money involved in the contracts; Coverage of...
- ITV seeks 10m pound World Cup deals. Wilkinson, Amanda // Marketing Week;10/25/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 37, p13
Announces the asking price for the sponsorship of the ITV coverage of the World Cup in Great Britain. Presentation of advertising opportunities to agencies and clients; Components of the sponsorship package; Schedule of the broadcast.
- VALUE OF THE GAME. Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News;11/4/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 44, p1B
Examines the relationship between sporting events and the cable industry and the high level of influence each has on the other. Domination of cable or broadcast networks in telecast rights of major U.S. sports; Consistent viewership ratings enjoyed by sporting events; High costs of acquisition...
- Cox Tips Hornets-Centered Net In N'awlins. Umstead, R Thomas // Multichannel News;10/28/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 43, p14
Reports on deals of the regional sports network Cox Sports Television, slated to launch on October 28, 2002 with several television networks. Terms of the agreement of the network with the ESPN channel to provide college-sports events and news programming; Plans of the network regarding its...
- Cable bases loading up with new sports webs. Richmond, Ray // Variety;10/14/96, Vol. 364 Issue 11, p39
Reports on developments related to cable television in the United States as of October 14, 1996. Cable networks' launch of sports news channels; Background on the market for sports news channels; Market observers' comments.
- Ganging up on sports fees. Romano, Allison // Broadcasting & Cable;5/13/2002, Vol. 132 Issue 20, p22
Focuses on the impact of increased sports-programming cost on the cable television broadcasting of sports events in the U.S. Reference to the failure of Cablevision Systems to carry Yankees Entertainment & Sports; Subscribers lost by Cablevision due to the conflict; Involvement of ESPN.
- Court TV. Sparrow, David // Tennis;
Reports on the launching of the Tennis Channel cable network.
- Cameras on the court. Romano, Allison // Broadcasting & Cable;10/28/2002, Vol. 132 Issue 44, p44
Reports on innovative techniques adopted by sports cable television network ESPN to attract viewers to its National Basketball Association (NBA) coverage in late October 2002. Technology implemented by ESPN to broadcast NBA action; Usage of interactive chalkboard by TNT to help viewers to break...