|CBS Sports Along For The Ride At 2001 Tour De France||CyclingWolf|
Jul 5, 2001 7:35 PM
|CBS Sports Along For The Ride At 2001 Tour De France As American Lance Armstrong Seeks Third Consecutive Title
June 20, 2001
CBS Sports To Partner With Outdoor Life Network and Fox Sports Net for Coverage of Cycling's Premier Event.
CBS Sports will partner with Outdoor Life Network (OLN) and Fox Sports Net to broadcast the 2001 Tour de France. The announcement was made today by Rob Correa, Senior Vice President, Programming, CBS Sports and Roger Werner, President and CEO, Outdoor Life Network.
CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR's coverage of the 2001 Tour de France will be comprised of three, one hour long specials beginning on Sunday, July 15 (5:00-6:00 PM, ET). The special race coverage continues on Sunday, July 22 (3:00-4:00 PM, ET) and concludes with the final stage on Sunday, July 29 (2:00-3:00 PM, ET).
"CBS is delighted to be a part of the Tour de France," says Correa. "It is great to be involved in cycling's most prestigious event with favorite Lance Armstrong going for his third consecutive title."
"We have assembled an extraordinary group of experienced professionals that will be providing the most in-depth coverage ever offered to U.S. cycling fans," says Werner. "We are thrilled to be partnering with CBS Sports for what promises to be one of the most exciting and memorable Tours de France to date."
Three-time Emmy Award-winner Armen Keteyian will call the action for CBS Sports along with "the voice of cycling," Phil Liggett and industry veteran and former pro rider Paul Sherwen.
Vic Frank will serve as producer of CBS Sports' coverage. Production support will be provided by OLN. Terry Ewert is Executive Producer, CBS Sports.
|FOX SPORTS? WHERE??||Randall Kowalik|
Jul 6, 2001 12:52 PM
|I went to the Fox Sports web site... saw absolutely no mention of TDF.|
|FOX SPORTS? WHERE??||Elroy|
Jul 8, 2001 11:28 PM
|I just checked the Yahoo TV Listings for my area (Mpls.) It looks like there is a 1/2 hour "Tour de France" highlights at 10AM CST every day this week. No further description is given. The curious thing is that it says that it was previously aired Jan 6, 2001????? We'll see what happens tomorrow AM.|| |