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CSTV signs distribution deal with Charter, Cox CGTV, Boardwalk partner to launch Canadian gaming channel Adirondack TV-33 to produce promos, ads for ORDA Idea Sports signs Jones as executive producer ESPN.com to host popular auto-racing site
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CSTV signs distribution deal with Charter, Cox
College Sports Television has signed distribution deals with Charter Communications and Cox. The agreement adds to CST’s existing cable distribution via Comcast, Time Warner, Adelphia and other system operators as well as via satellite with DIRECTV, giving CSTV access to 65 million households nationwide.
For more information, visit www.collegesports.com

CGTV, Boardwalk partner to launch Canadian gaming channel
The Casino and Gaming Television network (CGTV) has joined Boardwalk Gaming and Entertainment to launch CGTV Canada in the second quarter of next year. The network’s Canadian broadcasts will include interactive programming elements and be distributed via Bell ExpressVu satellite.
For more information, visit www.cgtv.com.

Adirondack TV-33 to produce promos, ads for ORDA
Adirondack TV-33 has signed an exclusive production contract with the Olympic Regional Development Authority of New York state to cover ORDA events and create promotional video and spot ads marking the 25th anniversary of the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid.
For more information, visit www.prrm.us and www.highanglemedia.com.

Idea Sports signs Jones as executive producer
Idea Sports Entertainment Group has entered into an agreement with veteran NASCAR and motorsports marketing executive Hank Jones to serve as executive producer for its made-for-television racing series, America's Top Driver (ATD).
For more information, visit www.ideaseg.com.

ESPN.com to host popular auto-racing site
ESPN.com has reached an agreement with auto-racing site Jayski.com to host the Jayski.com site beginning Jan. 1. In addition, ESPN.com will sell advertising on Jayski.com and the two sites will cross-promote their content.

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