Is Espn In For A Stiff Uppercut?Mark Ivey
Oh, to be a sports junkie in South Florida. Turn on the Sunshine Network and you can watch the Orlando Magic pro basketball team, plus a full slate of college sports. Switch to SportsChannel Florida and you can catch the state's other NBA team, the Miami Heat. Then there's ESPN and Turner Broadcasting System, with their steady diet of pro baseball and football. And starting in 1993, either Sunshine or SportsChannel will televise games featuring Miami's new Major League Baseball team. Already, both channels are girding for a costly bidding war for TV rights.
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