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However, with cameras, switchboards, editing bays and the other hefty equipment loaded onto the 50th floor, SNY had to lease the 49th as well to reinforce the girders, meaning a taller studio would require a third unit.
SNY is the official television home of the New York Mets, Jets and all things New York sports.
But Richard's scoop, and the more interesting development, is that the Mets aforementioned partners in SNY will invest $80 million in the baseball franchise.
The Mets owners have denied the allegations, saying they would pursue legal defence against the false accusations.Country: , USASector: MediaTarget: SportsNet New York (SNY)Vendor: Saul Katz, Fred WilponDeal size in USD: 200mType: DivestmentStatus: AuctionComment: Time Warner Cable and Comcast may block the sale.
( SNY's Ralph Vacchiano has reported that New York would have to be blown away with an offer to trade Beckham.
Silverstein Properties has signed a 17-year lease with SNY for 83,000 s/f of office and studio space at 4 World Trade Center.
Most recently, Dr Laidlaw has served as national director of Medical Science Liaisons (NYSE:MSL) of the Renal Division at Genzyme/Sanofi (SNY), a position he has held since 2007.
Tickers featured: ABT, AZN, GSK, JNJ, NVS, PFE, SNY. Complete text approximately 3000 words.
As cable operators see sports programming as the key to preventing "cord cutting" (Comcast & TWC are the Mets' partners in SNY), a team owned RSN provides lucrative, locked-in/long-term guaranteed revenue.
In 1901 his Sny o potedze ("Dreams of Power"), the first of his more than 30 volumes of verse, was published; two years later Dzien duszy (1903; "The Day of the Soul") appeared.
Publicly traded large cap drugmakers include AstraZeneca (AZN), Bristol-Myers (BMY), Eli Lilly (LLY), GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Merck (MRK), Novartis (NVS), Pfizer (PFE), Roche (RHHBY) and Sanofi (SNY).