Prime Tix plucks Ducks airdates

Disney’s Mighty Ducks of Anaheim hockey franchise has inked a deal with Prime Ticket Network to televise 165 games over a five-year period, including home, away and playoff games. The Ducks announced a pact last week with Disney-owned KCAL-TV to air 20 Ducks contests next season (Daily Variety, July 6).

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