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University of South Dakota School of Law

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Heat have LeBron, but not enough radio coverage

A The Miami Heat, the NBA team that earlier this year made headlines by adding former Cleveland star LeBron James to its roster, is now suing Clear Channel, the radio company that broadcasts Heat games.

The Heat claim (claims?) that the Clear Channel stations give the NFL's Miami Dolphins more extensive coverage then they give the heat, including long pregame shows and more coach and player programs,  The Heat claims that it has a "most favored nation" clause in its contract that requires it to get at least the same level of coverage as any other team carried by Clear Channelin the Miami market.


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