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Dick Ebersol, the longtime architect of the NBCUniversal sports empire and the driving force behind the network's Olympic coverage, is stepping down.
ESPN leads all networks with 52 nominations for the Sports Emmy Awards, to be held May 2 at Frederick P. Rose Hall in Gotham.
Bidding for both Winter and Summer Games is likely to begin in the fall.
NBC rolled to victory with its first of two full weeks of Winter Olympics coverage, more than doubling its closest competitor in just about every category.
As America deals with fallout from bad loans, the major networks -- flush with a surge of tune-in for big events -- must again contemplate the value of "borrowed audience."
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