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All about sports on SportsCenter

ESPN's I>SportsCenter/Iis currently Asia's most popular sports news programme. ZACK YUSOF finds out what makes the show tick.


First quarter advertising expenditure goes up by 5%

MONITORED advertising expenditure in Malaysia grew 5% in the first quarter of this year compared with a year ago, ZenithOptimedia Malaysia chief executive officer Gerald Miranda said.

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Gathering of coaches yet another move to up Asian football

Asian football is on its way up with the many positive signs shown since the overwhelming success in the FIFA World Cup Finals hosted by South Korea and Japan in 2002.


Snapshots of Davos and Zurich

Davos brought together a few thousand top politicians, captains of industry, economists, NGOs, film stars and artists from all over the world. Davos certainly provided an excellent setting for the WEF, and that probably accounts for the forum#8217;s success year after year.


New sports channels on Astro

Sports enthusiasts can look forward to Astro's three new sports channels later this year, reports RIZAL JOHAN.


Astro gets rights to 2006 World Cup

Football fans will be glad to know that satellite television provider Astro has secured the broadcast rights to the 2006 FIFA World Cup championship which will be held from June 9 to July 9 in Germany next year.

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Peru, Uruguay and Colombia must win to keep alive their hopes

Peru, Uruguay and Colombia face a day of reckoning today, needing home wins to stay in touch with the pack in the South American World Cup qualifying group.

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Inaugural computer World Cup kicks off in Johannesburg

The FIFA World Cup got underway in Johannesburg yesterday and all the top players were scheduled to be there - in animation form at least.


Samba shootout

B. SANJEEVAN is hoping for a dream Argentina vs Brazil final in the Copa America.


EM sector to raise compound growth rate

GLOBAL entertainment and media (Eamp;M) industry spending is expected to increase at a 6.3% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to US$1.7 trillion in 2008, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).