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MSG Networks to Celebrate Women’s History Month Throughout March

credit: Doug Davey MSG Networks today announced a month-long lineup of special programming to celebrate Women’s History Month and highlight the exceptional contributions of women throughout sports history. The coverage will air alongside Knicks, Rangers, Islanders and Devils games in March on both MSG Network and MSG+. During its Women’s ...

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‘Jump Shot’ Originator Sailors Featured In New Documentary

Like the curveball in baseball, forward pass in football and slap shot in hockey, it seems like the jump shot, as essential an element in basketball as the dribble, has always been a part of the game. But there was a time in each sport before those game-changers came into ...

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MSG Networks to Air ‘Complex Christmas’ Marathon Starting Tonight

MSG Networks and Complex Networks today announced its plans for a “Complex Christmas,” which will feature 36 consecutive hours of original Complex and First We Feast programming on MSG Networks. The Christmas Day marathon will first kick-off at 6 p.m. tonight and run through Christmas. The programming lineup will tap ...

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New Venture Seeks To Better Use Data To Redefine The Customer Experience In Sports And Entertainment

So much of business today is rightfully focused on ROI, especially for the consumers. People, especially fans of things like sports and music and even movies and Broadway, have lots of choices on where to spend discretionary dollars, and if their experience isn’t great, they can frankly, go somewhere else. ...

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VSiN Partners with MSG Networks to Bring Sports Betting and Entertainment Content to New York Area

VSiN (Vegas Stats & Information Network) has announced an agreement with MSG Networks that will bring VSiN’s sports betting content to the New York market five days each week. Starting Monday, the sports betting network’s show, “Follow the Money,” began airing on MSG Networks every weekday from 1 p.m. to 4 ...

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