Marich, Robert; Malone, Michael; Eggerton, John; Weprin, Alex
September 2008
Broadcasting & Cable;9/1/2008, Vol. 138 Issue 34, p20
The article offers news briefs related to broadcasting in the U.S. The MLB Network, Major League Baseball's new cable network has unveiled its new logo,which is the first element of the network's existence. Nielsen has estimated that the total American television households would increase 1.5% for the 2008-2009 season. The E! Entertainment Television Inc. would join other television stations in televising the cross-network "Stand Up to Cancer" fundraising special.


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