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When you wander into Dick Ebersol's office on the 15th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza in Manhattan—as I did last Thursday morning to interview him about golf coverage on television—the first thing you see is a glass...
December 21, 2009 | Dick Friedman
IF IT could, NBC might schedule Sunday Night Football seven nights a week. While the fourth-place network's average prime-time rating in 2009--10 has fallen 3% from last season, SNF's is up more than 20%—and it has...
August 15, 2005 | Geoff Shackelford
Though he never went to business school, commissioner Tim Finchem often uses the jargon of the PGA Tour's corporate partners to let them know that he is on their wavelength. These translations will help you track the...
May 02, 2005 | Josh Elliott
Five months after surviving a tragic plane crash, Dick Ebersol struck a bargain with the NFL that is good news for the NBC executive, the league and fans
December 06, 2004
Died at 85, after a long illness, Gunder Hägg, who set the world record in the mile in 1945 and held it until Roger Bannister broke the four-minute barrier in 1954. The son of a forest woodcutter, Hägg (left) grew...