The Game Behind the Game: High Pressure, High Stakes in Sports Television

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Harper and Row, 1989 - Performing Arts - 291 pages
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Provides access to the worlds of Howard Cosell and John Madden and the many sports personalities they cover, from the man responsible for making a winner out of the ailing CBS sports

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O'Neil joined ABC Sports right out of college and rapidly rose within the ranks to become a producer; in 1981 he switched to CBS and was instrumental in revamping their sports programming. This ... Read full review


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Terry O'Neil is an active member of the Ferrari Owners Club of Great Britain, and holds the role of Archivist for the Club. He has written two books about the Bahamas Speed Weeks, and has a book about sports car racing in Northeast America during the 1950s scheduled for publication. He has written numerous articles for the Ferrari magazine, and has contributed articles to Cavallino, Healey Marque and Vintage Racecar Journal.

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