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- Promotions for Schanzer, Ebersol. McClellan, Stev // Broadcasting & Cable;06/22/98, Vol. 128 Issue 26, p80
Announces that Ken Schanzer has been promoted as president of NBC Sports, succeeding Dick Ebersol. Schanzer's responsibility; Comment from Ebersol.
- Rock solid. Knisley, Michael // Sporting News;12/30/96, Vol. 220 Issue 53, pS-5
Profiles NBC Sports president Dick Ebersol. Influence on sports in the United States; Lucrative deals with the 1996 Summer Olympics and the National Basketball Association (NBA); Contract negotiations with the National Football League (NFL); Knack for cultivating personal relationships in a...
- Ebersol scores 8-year pact with NBC. // Variety;5/27/96, Vol. 363 Issue 4, p34
Reports on the eight-year employment contract signed by Dick Ebersol with NBC Sports to remain as the company's president as of June 1996. Ebersol's extension as a vote of confidence by the company in his performance.
- NBC's sporting chance. Robins, J. Max // Variety;6/20/94, Vol. 355 Issue 8, p2
Profiles NBC Sports President Dick Ebersol. Sports deals made in behalf of NBC Sports; Age; Job in ABC Sports as a researcher; Career development in NBC; Family background.
- NBC Sports prexy hangs up his cleats. Levine, Stuart // Daily Variety;5/27/2011, Vol. 311 Issue 39, p2
The article offers information on the retirement on Ken Schanzer as president of National Broadcasting Co. Inc. (NBC) Sports.
- 80 Years of The Hollywood Reporter. HIGGINS, BILL // Hollywood Reporter;6/3/2011, Vol. 417 Issue 20, p72
The article offers information on Dick Ebersol, former chairman of NBC Universal Sports and Olympics and his career graph.
- NBC: The road to `tap city.' Turner, Richard // Newsweek;1/26/1998, Vol. 131 Issue 4, p42
Presents a behind-the-scenes story of how Dick Ebersol, president of NBC Sports, lost out on a decision as to which of the four television networks would wind up with rights to air the National Football League (NFL) for the next eight years as of January 1998. NFL television game plan,...
- NBC gets good marks on Games. Grossman, Andrew // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/10/2003, Vol. 379 Issue 1, p6
NBC Sports' $2.2 billion deal for the 2010 Winter and 2012 Summer Olympic Games came under the expected scrutiny on June 8, 2003 from television sports observers, with most giving the network good reviews, though some wondered if NBC overpaid for events nine and 11 years in the future. Questions...
- EBERSOL'S GOT GAMES. McClintock, Pamela // Daily Variety;12/17/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 52, p7
Reports on the contract signed by Peacock for the veteran NBC Sports chairman Dick Ebersol through the next five Olympics ending with the 2012 Summer Games. Terms of the agreement; Role of Ebersol on franchise of Olympics in television; Disclosure on the financial terms of the agreement.