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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 21 April 2011 14:58

Bizball Radio

Welcome to another edition of Bizball Radio

This week we lead off with the latest on the NFL labor issues, how increased TV ratings for the NBA playoffs might factor into the labor talks, plus the NHL's new broadcast deal with NBC/Versus.

For our second edition, we interview Seattle Mariners and NFL Sunday Night Football on Westwood One announcer Dave Sims. We talk to Dave about the loss of Dave Niehaus, what stands out with this year's Mariners, how the NFL lockout might be impacting the broadcast industry and much more.

Finally, I hit the in-box and answer the question, "What would it take me to own an MLB franchise?"

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Thanks to producer Ted Price, here's this week's edition.


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