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‘Voice of the Yankees’ Michael Kay to Receive Vin Scully Award for Excellence in Sports Broadcasting from WFUV Radio

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Michael Kay, the Emmy Award-winning New York Yankees play-by-play announcer on YES Network and drive time host of The Michael Kay Show on ESPN NY 98.7 FM Radio, has been selected to be the 11th recipient of the Vin Scully Award for Excellence in Sports Broadcasting  from WFUV Radio (90.7 FM/wfuv.org), the noncommercial, member-supported public media service of Fordham University for more than 70 years, it was announced ...

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Univision Deportes And Combate Americas Announce Multi-Year, Live Programming Agreement

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Univision Deportes and Combate Americas, the premier Hispanic Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) sports franchise, today jointly announced a historic, multi-year partnership to produce and distribute live Combate Americas fight programming on Univision and Univision Deportes Network (UDN). The agreement marks the first time ever that Univision Deportes will produce and distribute ...

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2018 Major League Baseball Season Airs Nationwide on SiriusXM

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SiriusXM will again provide the most comprehensive national audio coverage available for the 2018 Major League Baseball season, offering subscribers access to live play-by-play of every regular season and postseason game, as well as 24/7 news, talk and analysis on the exclusive MLB Network Radio channel. MLB programming on SiriusXM, ...

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Masters 2018 Coverage Live on SiriusXM

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SiriusXM will offer unparalleled audio coverage of the 2018 Masters Tournament, bringing listeners from around the country inside the ropes at storied Augusta National Golf Club with live broadcasts of each day of Tournament play, exclusive shows hosted by past Masters champions and contenders, and historic audio from the Augusta ...

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NBA, NLL, PGA Among ‘Bleacher Report Live’ Offerings, Launching In April

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Global media company Turner today announced it will launch its new premium live sports streaming service – “Bleacher Report Live” – in April.  B/R Live will serve as the central hub for both the discovery and consumption of live sports content. The new streaming service will allow fans to find and watch their favorite ...

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NBA, YouTube TV Partner On NBA Finals

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The National Basketball Association and YouTube today announced a groundbreaking partnership making YouTube TV – the live TV streaming service – the first-ever presenting partner of the NBA Finals. The multiyear partnership also includes YouTube TV as the presenting partner of The Finals for the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) ...

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ESPN Announces Initial Coverage Plans for 2018 Special Olympics USA Games

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ESPN, the official media partner of the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, today announced its initial coverage plans for the event that will begin July 1 with live coverage of the Opening Ceremony at 3:30 p.m. ET. Coverage will include the live telecast of the Opening Ceremony and evening studio programs ...

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mycujoo Announces Partnership with US Adult Soccer Association

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mycujoo, a leading live-streaming soccer service specializing in the long tail/non-premium soccer content, announces a two-year partnership with the United States Adult Soccer Association. Under the agreement announced today, mycujoo and the USASA will be live streaming competitions sanctioned by the USASA in 2018 and 2019, including the Adult Soccer ...

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MLB Network Begins 17 Hours Of Opening Day Coverage March 29 at 9 a.m. ET

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As next Thursday, March 29, will mark the first time since 1968 that every team across Major League Baseball begins their season on the same date, MLB Network will provide 17 hours of live Opening Day coverage beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET, including analysis, breakdowns and highlights of all 30 ...

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‘The Year of the Pitcher’ Highlighted In Book 50 Years Later

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Baseball fans know 1968 as “The Year of the Pitcher”—batting averages and ERAs looked like those of the Deadball Era across the board, led by the last 30 game winner, Denny McLain of the Tigers, and the MLB record 1.12 ERA of the Cardinals’ Bob Gibson. Those two big personalities ...

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