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            Sports Media

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            The Jordan Challenge: Convert 10,000 hours of video into a 10-part miniseries

            "I wouldn’t call it a challenge," said "The Last Dance" director Jason Hehir. "I would call it a privilege."

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            While blacked-out Dodgers fans finally get their channel, many Cubs fans continue to wait

            Might the coronavirus pandemic spur Comcast and Marquee to give people something else to watch? Probably not.

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            HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks’ to feature both Los Angeles Rams and Chargers for 上海11选5走势图: report

            The Rams and Chargers are expected to share space at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, which is still under construction.

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            The Score lays off Connor McKnight, Julie DiCaro as part of parent-company cuts

            Also, employees earning at least $50,000 per year will have their salary reduced temporarily between 10% and 20%.

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            ABC/ESPN moving up Bulls documentary release date to April 19

            The 10-part series titled "The Last Dance," which follows the team’s 1998 title run, originally was set for June, before the coronavirus pandemic put the sports world on hold.

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            ESPN to re-air memorable NBA Finals games

            The doubleheaders begin Wednesday with two games from the 2016 NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors.

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            Imagine filling ESPN’s programming void like this

            ESPN without sports is like NASA without space. But ESPN is smarter than NASA — it can still thrive even if its world explodes into the atmosphere. Here is a look at the new ESPN 24-hour coronavirus programming schedule:

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            Players keep service time in deal; draft may trim

            Players agreed to a deal with Major League Baseball that would preserve service time in the event this season is canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but left open details of what a configured schedule would look like.

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            Sports networks’ classic games are great, but check out YouTube’s treasure trove

            The online video-sharing platform is stocked with games to satisfy fans’ craving — including my channel of Chicago classics.

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            MLB will air 30 classic games digitally on postponed Opening Day

            Mark Buerle’s perfect game and the Cubs’ Game 7 World Series win are among the games.

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            Couch Slouch: Making the bets of a dire situation

            For all the needy sports fans and in hopes of a bettor future, here are some selections.

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            Meet Marquee Sports Network’s Mr. Wright

            Former NFL Network host Cole Wright will bring energy to Cubs pre- and postgame shows, as well as a keen knowledge of being a Cubs fan.

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            NFL and NBA offer free previews of digital programs

            The NFL’s "Game Pass" and "NBA League Pass" will offer archived games and other programming.

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            With no games for weeks, TV networks have hours to fill

            Cancelled college basketball tournaments left gaping holes in sports television. And with the NBA and NHL on hold, NBC Sports Chicago will run classic Bulls and Hawks games.

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            Cubs must show greater empathy for fans’ new TV reality

            Tom Ricketts promised to win the World Series and improve Wrigley Field; he has done both. Now he has to get Marquee on Comcast soon, not just in time for Opening Day.

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            Fire announce Arlo White joining broadcast team

            White will be joined in the broadcast booth by analyst Tony Meola, and Tyler Terens will handle play-by-play when White is not available.

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            Marquee Sports co-owner Sinclair Broadcasting remains on YouTube TV — for now

            The live streaming service reversed its decision to immediately drop Sinclair’s regional sports channels, giving Cubs fans hope that it might pick up Marquee.

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            Why NBC Sports Chicago is airing only six White Sox spring-training games

            Excited Sox fans expected more from the team’s exclusive 上海11选5走势图, but a bigger inventory from the Blackhawks and Bulls limits what the network can show.

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            Marquee Sports Network adds WOW cable provider to lineup, possibly loses YouTube TV

            The live streaming service has cut ties with Marquee co-owner Sinclair Broadcast Group.

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            Going, going, gone: Most local sports teams disappear from free TV

            You can’t watch most local teams without cable.

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            Comcast customers might not have Cubs’ Marquee Sports Network through spring training

            Marquee general manager Mike McCarthy remains optimistic that the area’s largest cable distributor will carry the network ‘sooner than later.’ But that might not be until Opening Day.

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            Cubs’ Marquee Sports Network reveals opening day lineup

            Here’s what Cubs heaven will look like for fans with access to the channel when it launches at 1 p.m. Saturday.

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            Lou Piniella ready to embark on second chapter with Cubs as broadcaster for new network

            The former Cubs manager, who showed up to spring training this week for network business, plans to provide pregame and postgame analysis for 15 to 18 games this season.

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            Fire’s local broadcasts are coming to WGN

            After losing the Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks and Bulls, WGN will air 24 Fire games this season.

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            Laurence Holmes reminisces about the time he almost (kind of) became a pro baseball player in this week’s Chat Room

            Laurence Holmes, a midday host on 670 the Score, first got a taste of radio as a freshman at 上海11选5走势图wood-Flossmoor.

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            ‘Yes!’ Marv Albert, national voice of Bulls’ title years, set to call NBA All-Star Game at United Center

            Albert, the play-by-play voice of the Knicks for 37 years, still feels connected to the Bulls after calling those postseason runs. He’ll broadcast his 24th All-Star Game on Sunday.

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            Former Blackhawk Jeremy Roenick won’t return to NBC Sports

            NBC Sports suspended Roenick indefinitely without pay in late December after he made series of questionable remarks about fellow hockey broadcasters Kathryn Tappen, Patrick Sharp and Anson Carter during a podcast appearance.

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            Marquee Sports Network will carry 28 Cubs spring training games

            ESPN is scheduled to broadcast the team’s reunion with former manager Joe Maddon.

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            Jessica Mendoza leaves Mets, gets new roles at ESPN

            ESPN announced that Mendoza will be an analyst on weekday games as well as making appearances on various network shows, including "SportsCenter" and "Baseball Tonight."

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            Brian Hanley returns to Chicago airwaves on ‘ESPN 1000 Hockey Show’

            The former morning co-host on The Score will join Pat Boyle to talk Blackhawks — Hanley’s old beat at the Sun-Times — at 9 a.m. Saturdays.

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            NBC Sports Chicago reporter Leila Rahimi talks broadcasting journey, guilty pleasure TV show and more in this week’s Chat Room

            Leila Rahimi has been involved in sports broadcasting for more than half her life (except for that dreadful 1 1/2 year stint as a news reporter in East Texas). Her journey has had plenty of twists and turns along the way.

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            Defending Joe Buck is easy; changing detractors’ minds is hard

            It’s outrageous that a broadcaster could summon the wrath from an audience that Buck does. But on Sunday, he’ll be on your TV, calling Super Bowl LIV for Fox.