TV pact creates pigskin puzzle

Schoettle, Anthony
March 2002
Indianapolis Business Journal;3/25/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p1A
Focuses on the television scheduling contract of Indiana Firebirds in Indianapolis, Indiana. Statement of Firebirds General Manager Joe Hennessy on the television deal; Accommodation of Firebirds scheduling needs; Broadcast schedules of Amateur Football League games.


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