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The Morning Ticker: Serena’s Slam, Claman’s Workout, Compton’s Clock

  • Serena Williams canceled on “Good Morning America,” the “Today” show and “Live with Kelly and Michael” Monday morning following her U.S. Open win on Sunday. The NY Post reports Williams was beat after celebrating with friend and finals opponent Caroline Wozniacki.

  • FBN’s Liz Claman hosts Start-up Nation today from Silicon Valley. And in between FBN live shots and interviewing various entrepreneurs, she hopes to get in a workout. “I usually stay at the Four Seasons in Palo Alto, and they’ve got a good gym. The one thing about carving out time to work out? You never regret it.”

  • ABC’s Jonathan Karl reminisces with Ann Compton on her ground-breaking, 41-year career as she prepares to retire from ABC News. “I can promise you that on the morning that I first stay home, my alarm clock is not going off at 5:15. And if it does, it’s going right out the window.”

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Universal Sports Network Coming To DirecTV In August

Universal Sports Network and DirecTV announced a multi-year, multi-platform distribution agreement Wednesday.

Under the terms of the deal, Universal Sports Network will launch on a free preview basis to all DirecTV customers in early August before moving to the Sports Pack and other select packages on Oct. 1. DirecTV customers will also have access to Universal Sports’ programming on the Internet, mobile devices and tablets in the near future. Read more

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin To Host Tough Enough

Former World Wrestling Entertainment superstar “Stone Cold” Steve Austin has been tapped to host Tough Enough, a non-scripted series featuring 12 individuals looking to become the next WWE superstar.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to work with my old friends at WWE on ‘WWE Tough Enough.’ Sports-entertainment has always been an important part of my life, and I look forward to finding the next generation of WWE Superstars,” said Austin.

Tough Enough will premiere Monday, April 4 at 11/10 CT, immediately following WWE Monday Night Raw, and move to its regularly scheduled slot in primetime, Mondays at 8/7 CT, starting on April 11.