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1, and not only allowed TV-3 to televise more games, but had HC announce the TV schedule several months prior to the season.
The FA also said the TV payment of pounds 25,000 to each club to televise the game was coming solely from S4C.
City residents have been urging the council to televise its meetings since two years.
You're seeing cable continuing to televise more and more championship events and do so exclusively.
The Official Broadcast Partner of the United States Youth Soccer Association, Fox Soccer Channel also televises United Soccer Leagues and NCAA Division I college soccer matches.
Los Angeles City Councilmen Antonio Villaraigosa and Jack Weiss on Thursday called for the city to televise meetings of the commissions that govern the city's airport, port and water and power agencies.
EINS allows officials to televise their advisories and warnings on The Weather Channel within minutes of being issued and to repeat them at least every five minutes until canceled or updated.
NBC agreed Wednesday to televise NHL games for the next two seasons with an unusual contract that reflects the uncertain future of the league.
A lot of people will tell you when you televise games, you lose attendance.
Additionally, DISH Network will televise NFL Network's regular season primetime games nationally on both standard definition and high-definition feeds.
independent sports programmer, will televise 16 University of
independent sports programmer, will televise 20 Purdue University basketball games during the 1992-93 season.
NEW YORK -- Following its groundbreaking effort to bring the game of dominoes to its viewers, ESPN Deportes, ESPN's Spanish-language network, has reached an exclusive agreement with the International Domino Federation to televise rights of the governing body's annual World Domino Championship as well as the federation's national and regional tournaments in the Americas through 2011.
Raycom will televise the games in five markets, including Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, the nation's fourth and 17th largest markets.
In November, Univision announced that it had reached an agreement with FIFA to televise both the 2010 and 2014 World Cups.