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By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
If Ray Lewis is looking for a high-paying, high-visibility job after he leaves the Baltimore Ravens, he's not going to have much trouble getting a shot at one in sports television. That's the assessment of media analysts and TV executives responsible for producing the studio shows and game telecasts of the NFL. But success in the TV studio or booth is far from guaranteed, even for someone the stature of Lewis, analysts caution, pointing to the career of former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith, among others.
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Sports on TV | October 14, 2014
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS F1 Russian Grand Prix (T) TCN7 MLB NLCS, Gm. 3: St. Louis@San Fran. FS14 ALCS, Gm. 3: Orioles@K.C . TBS8 NBA pre. Phoenix@Houston (T) NBANoon Cleveland vs. Miami (T) NBA3 Milwaukee@Cleveland NBA7 C. foot. West Virginia@Texas Tech (T) MASN27 Louisiana-Lafayette@Texas State ESPN28 LPGA Sime Darby Malaysia, final rd. (T) GOLF11 a.m. PGA Grand Slam of Golf, Day 1 (T)
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2013
Update, Jan. 3: Ray Lewis close to signing deal with ESPN , report says If Ray Lewis is looking for a high-paying, high-visibility job after he leaves the Baltimore Ravens, he's not going to have much trouble getting a shot at one in sports television. That's the assessment of media analysts and TV executives responsible for producing the studio shows and game telecasts of the NFL. But success in the TV studio or booth is far from guaranteed, even for someone with the stature of Lewis, analysts caution, pointing to the career of former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith among others.
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By Milton Kent | September 11, 1997
One of sports television's most distinctive programs, ABC's "Wide World of Sports," will undergo an expansion and face lift in January, when the show will encompass all of the network's weekend sports programming, save for college and NFL football."
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By Sports on TV | September 21, 2010
TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS MLB Orioles@Boston (T) MASN9 a.m. Orioles@Boston MASN7 Houston@Washington MASN27 Braves@Phillies MLB7 White Sox@Oakland WGN-A10 Atlanta@Philadelphia (T) CN810:30 Houston@Washington (T) MASN11:30 MiLB Triple-A champ.: Columbus vs. Tacoma VS.8 C. foot.
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