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Sit Down and Cheer: A History of Sport on TV - Martin Kelner


Television and sport is the ultimate marriage of convenience. The two circled each other warily for a while - sport anxious the sofa-bound might spurn the live product, TV reluctant in a limited chann



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Sit Down and Cheer: A History of Sport on TV - Martin Kelner


Television and sport is the ultimate marriage of convenience. The two circled each other warily for a while - sport anxious the sofa-bound might spurn the live product, TV reluctant in a limited chann