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Golf Channel, LPGA tee it up

The Golf Channel said Wednesday it has reached a deal to carry the LPGA Tour exclusively on cable beginning next year.

Golf Channel to carry LPGA tour

The Golf Channel said Wednesday that it has reached a deal to carry the LPGA Tour exclusively on cable beginning next year.

Poll: Marketers will spend less this year

The ad industry is bracing for a miserable 2009, with a study of the nation's top marketers -- the companies who foot the bills for most of the content -- expecting to spend less this year.

ESPN lands first A-Rod interview

ESPN on Monday snagged the first interview with New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, who reportedly tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in 2003.

Obama hadn’t heard about ‘Hannity’ invite

Maybe Sean Hannity shouldn't hold his breath. During a town-hall meeting Monday afternoon in Elkhart, Ind., carried live by the cable news channels, President Barack Obama said that he hadn't heard…

‘Clone Wars’ continues on Cartoon Net

Cartoon Network said Monday that it would carry a second season of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" from LucasFilm Animation. The new season will begin in the fall.

USA inks rights to Universal’s film slate

USA Network said Monday that it has licensed the TV rights to corporate sibling Universal Pictures' 2009 production slate.

Lakers-Celtics a win for TNT

Thursday night's rematch between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics scored the biggest ratings for a hoops game on cable since 2004.

Obama sets first press conference

The broadcast and cable news channels will carry President Barack Obama's first White House press conference in primetime Monday night.

Joe Buck steps up to HBO plate

HBO Sports has drawn on Emmy winning Fox Sports play-by-play announcer Joe Buck to replace Bob Costas at the network.

House approves delay of digital switch

The DTV transition will soon be moved from Feb. 17 to June 12.

NATAS taps Frank J. Radice

Longtime TV producer and executive Frank J. Radice is joining The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences as president and chief marketing officer.