That's Entertainment

Friday, August 20, 2004

Take the world's best amateur athletes, put them together for two weeks of healthy competition, throw in some good old-fashioned jingoism, and what do you get? A sporting event that many American sports fans couldn't care less about. Mike Pesca looks at how NBC is packaging the Olympics for an audience of non-sports fans, while other media outlets are left in the lurch.

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