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Blazers anchor Comcast effort

    Comcast Corp. plans to air 55 Portland Trail Blazers games next season as part of a much-anticipated Oregon-focused sports cable channel scheduled to launch in October.

    Now, the question is, what will Comcast broadcast the other 310 days of the year?

    The new Portland-based Comcast SportsNet Northwest, whose channel number is yet to be determined, will be Comcast’s 11th regional sports network, including two — in Boston and San Francisco — that it partially owns. Negotiations surrounding the new cable network were reported in The Oregonian last month.

     — Excerpt from The Oregonian, May 22, 2007


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