ABC Special for Monday, Oct 03, 1994
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Discussion with Cokie Roberts (ABC), ABC sports commentator Al Michaels, former hockey player Ken Dryden, and biographer Doris Kearns Goodwin re: the impact of the baseball and hockey strikes and the threat of a basketball strike on the future of professional sports. Brief live discussion between Roberts and Dave Marash (ABC). Taped segment with Marash, baseball owner Bud Selig, Major League Baseball Players Association negotiator Donald Fehr, National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman, hockey player Chris Chelios, sports investment analyst Paul Much, WTEM radio talk show host Rich Gilgallon, Mark Kriegel of the "New York Daily News", ESPN reporter Keith Olbermann, Stephen Bilafer of "Sports Business Daily", and unidentified others.
- Roberts, Cokie (ABC);
- Marash, Dave (ABC)
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