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ESPN Wins Media Eclipse Award For Breeders Cup Telecast

ESPN won the Media Eclipse Award for Television – Live Racing Programming from the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), Daily Racing Form and the National Turf Writers And Broadcasters (NTWAB) for its coverage of the 2010 Breeders’ Cup in November.

This is the second consecutive Media Eclipse Award in the Live Television category for ESPN, which won the award last year for its telecast of the Belmont Stakes on ABC. Read more

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Game 4 Of ALCS Is Second Most Watched MLB Postseason Game Ever On Cable TV

Last night’s Game 4 of the American League Championship Series on TBS was the second most watched MLB postseason game ever on cable television, drawing 9.9 million viewers.

Rangers-Yankees delivered a 6.3 rating and trails only the 2008 ALCS Game 7 matchup between Boston and Tampa Bay (7.9/13.4 million viewers).

Locally, Game 4 delivered a 17.1 rating in the New York market and a 26.5 rating in the Dallas Fort-Worth market.

Through four games, the 2010 LCS on TBS is averaging a 5.0 rating and more than 8 million total viewers, up 46 percent and 44 percent respectively from last year’s Dodgers-Phillies series.


NASCAR.com Launches Daily Show

Do you need more NASCAR in your life? Of course you do.

Well, you’re in luck! NASCAR.com launched The Daily Pit Stop, “a new online show that will offer fans an in-depth look at hot button issues and topics surrounding the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.”

The show starts on Monday and will run every day until December 3. It will feature analysts including Kyle Petty, Wally Dallenbach, Ralph Sheheen, and Marty Snider. Better yet, “Each Friday, the show will take place from that week’s race track and offer fans a chance to hear first hand from drivers themselves on the most pressing news and notes for the upcoming race.”