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Sports Media

Timing is key for broadcasters

By Susan Bickelhaupt
Globe Staff / October 6, 2006

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Before football games hit the airwaves, the broadcasters and producers study up on the teams they'll be watching. They view tapes, read articles, and memorize jersey numbers. Then, in the two days before the game, the network team sits down with coaches and players to get their takes on the game. (Full article: 656 words)

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