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  1. Non-Exclusivity Agreements for Canadian Mobile Video Content Urged

    9:42 am 6/20/2011

    Rogers Communications tells the CRTC that Canadian sport fans should not have to own multiple smartphones to view NHL, NFL and Major League Baseball action because those rights are potentially held by separate wireless phone providers. Read more

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  2. Marv Albert Joins CBS' NFL Team

    11:35 am 6/6/2011

    The longtime sports broadcaster will serve as a play-by-play announcer.Read more

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  3. NHL's Dirty Little Secret Feeds Canada's UFC Frenzy

    10:45 am 5/1/2011

    Dana White's Ultimate Fighter Championship finally breaks out in hockey-mad Canada with much-hyped UFC 129 promotional event in Toronto, Canada's biggest TV market, led by local hero and champ Georges St. Pierre on the main card. Read more

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  4. Nets Line Up Shows Amid NFL Labor Dispute

    5:49 am 3/28/2011

    Amid an uncertain labor situation, ESPN, Fox, other NFL partners - and even networks that don't air football - put plans in place to keep viewers 18-49 tuned in.Read more

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  5. 'Madden NFL 12' Sales Will Suffer With Players' Lockout

    6:29 pm 3/14/2011

    "A complete cancellation of the NFL season would cost Madden around 50% of sales," says one analyst.Read more

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  6. NBC Looks for Record Ad Prices For Next Year’s Super Bowl

    6:50 am 2/25/2011

    Amid strong NFL ratings, the network is eyeing as much as $3.5 million for 30-second spots.Read more

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  7. Logos to Cover NFL Jerseys Like NASCAR in '3 to 5 Years' (Study)

    6:17 am 2/23/2011

    More than $230 million in advertising revenue would be in play, but broadcasters may balk at the idea.Read more

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  8. Super Bowl: How the NFL Made It a Phenomenon

    5:30 am 2/4/2011

    This Sunday’s game is poised to become the most-watched TV program in U.S. history as the NFL has driven viewership records through improved cooperation with TV networks and marketing to women. Read more

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