Scott Moore, president of Sportsnet and NHL properties for Rogers, introduced the “top line” of his hockey broadcasting scene during a live telecast from the CBC studios. While the CBC may have been “where the tradition of broadcasting hockey began,” Moore said, he’s hoping to bring a “fresh face” to the game.
Hockey fans can look forward to big games being broadcast on different channels such as Citytv and on additional days, including Sunday, Moore said. More announcements to come will include new technology for mobile devices.
Five-hundred games a season?
This might be a deal with the Devil, more so for Canadians.
Scott Moore doesn't have much time to find his other "lines". The auditions could make for a pretty decent pay-per-view.