06.11.2004 12:00 PM
The latest happenings from around the world of sports

The Comcast Network, ECAC reach agreement on rowing championships
CN8, the Comcast Network and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC), have reached an agreement on the broadcast rights for the 2004 Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships, which air today to 6.2 million homes.

What is the agreement?

Fuel launches action sports filmmakers experiment; winner to receive up to $1 million to make movie
FUEL, a 24-hour action-sports network, has created The FUEL Experiment, a program to provide up to 10 aspiring action-sports filmmakers the chance to produce an action-sports film with a production budget of as much as $100,000.

The FUEL Experiment may also put a production budget of up to an additional $1 million in the hands of the final would-be action-sports filmmaker. The deadline for submissions is Aug. 13.

For more information, please visit: www.thefuelexperiment.tv.

Sports, live productions set as targets for new Clear Channel production unit
Clear Channel Communications has established Clear Channel Entertainment Properties to produce live sports and entertainment events.

The production unit will be devoted to producing branded entertainment where an advertiser closely affiliates itself with a performer or event.

WWE 24/7 announces personnel moves
Tom Barreca, senior vice president, WWE Enterprises, has announced additions to the management team for WWE 24/7.

They include:

  • Steven Lazas, director, broadcast operations

  • Steven Finkelstein, WWE 24/7 producer

  • Shannon Skemp, director, business operations and development

  • Jill Andrews, director, affiliate marketing

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Tuesday 03:07 PM
WMUR-TV Says FAA Drone Rules Preclude ENG
The FAA’s current rules and proposed ban on flight over people, requirement of visual line of sight and restriction on nighttime flying, effectively prohibit broadcasters from using UAS for newsgathering. ~ WMUR-TV General Manager Jeff Bartlett

D. Pagan Communications /   Friday 10:35 AM
Blue Line is Hot on the Trail of DPA Microphones
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Focusrite Expands RedNet Range

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