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New York schools could get $500,000 for TV rights

July 11, 2011 |  2:54 pm

The New York city public school system is negotiating with the MSG Varsity Network, owned by Cablevision, for a possible two-year, $500,000 contract to televise high school sporting events.

Since the CIF is trying to put together a television contract for high schools in California, what's happening in New York could be used in comparison.

Of course, no one with the CIF is talking about its negotiations that have been going on for weeks.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 

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