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Bowling on Prime Network

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bowling on Prime Network is the de facto name for ten-pin bowling events broadcast on the now defunct Prime Network. In particular, Prime Network televised tournaments from the Ladies Pro Bowlers Tour (now the Professional Women's Bowling Association) in 1993. The official name of the telecasts was The Bud Light LPBT Spring Tour. Leandra Riley[1][2] (play-by-play) and Leila Wagner[3] (analysis) provided the commentary.

Later history

On July 3, 1996, News Corporation and Liberty Media announced that the Prime Sports networks would be relaunched as part of the new Fox Sports Net group, with the eight Prime Sports owned-and-operated networks adopting brands that combined the "Fox Sports" name with the state or region served by the respective network.[4] the Prime Sports-branded affiliates were officially relaunched as Fox Sports Net on November 1, 1996.[5][6][7]

Bowling events continued to air on what would become Fox Sports Net. Michelle Feldman of the Professional Women's Bowling Association (PWBA) became the first female to score a 300[8] on American national television, when she accomplished the feat in a July 10, 1997 broadcast.[9] Fred Borden and Jan Schmidt provided the commentary.[10]

Fox Sports Net would broadcast bowling tournaments up until around 2000.[11][12] Ron Thulin[13] (play-by-play) and Randy Pedersen (analysis)[14][15] were the commentators by this point.

See also

References

  1. ^ 1993 LPBT BPAA Womens US Open Full Telecast Revised on YouTube
  2. ^ 1993 WIBC Queens Entire Telecast on YouTube
  3. ^ Lowe, Kent (May 15, 2017). "Lowe: Queen's week brings back memories of Jan Schmidt". The Advocate.
  4. ^ "FOX GIVES NEW NAME TO SPORTS ALLIANCE: FOX SPORTS NET". Sports Business Journal. July 3, 1996. Retrieved April 10, 2015.
  5. ^ R. Thomas Umstead (July 8, 1996). "Liberty Sports regionals will become Fox Sports net". Multichannel News. The Walt Disney Company. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015. Retrieved April 10, 2015 – via HighBeam Research.
  6. ^ "FOX SPORTS NET DEBUTS ON NOV. 1". The Columbian. Columbian Publishing Company. Associated Press. September 13, 1996. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015. Retrieved April 10, 2015 – via HighBeam Research.
  7. ^ "FOX SPORTS NET ANNOUNCES DEBUT FOR NOVEMBER 1". Sports Business Journal. September 13, 1996. Retrieved April 10, 2015.
  8. ^ Michelle Feldmans 300 Part I on YouTube
  9. ^ Feldman, Michelle. "Paying the price for ill-timed perfection...The Match I'll Never Forget." Bowling Digest, April, 2003.
  10. ^ Michelle Feldmans 300 Part III on YouTube
  11. ^ "High-tech execs spare PBA". CNN Money. March 22, 2000.
  12. ^ Clark, Dennis (December 1, 2018). "DENNIS CLARK: PBA Tour switches to FOX/FS1 networks beginning Dec. 23". Tribune Star.
  13. ^ Warner, Norm (June 10, 2000). "PBA TAKING SMALL STEPS WITH BIGGER ONES TO COME". The Buffalo News.
  14. ^ "Randy Pedersen". Professional Bowlers Association.
  15. ^ "RANDY PEDERSEN". Fox Sports Press Pass. October 4, 2000.
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