Spectator Sports

GUESTS: TBA Pro sports isn't just the fun and recreational corner of American culture it used to be. It's grown into an international business. Professional leagues grow, broadcasts multiply, and the players' salaries soar. Even as the NBA savors it's successful championships, there's talk of a lockout, and a Player's League looking to cut its own TV deal. Ray and guests talk about the big business of sports, and whether money is overshadowing the games ...on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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