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Horace Stoneham, owner of the San Francisco Giants, rejects Westinghouse’s proposal to televise 1958 Giants road games on a non-profit basis. Despite declining attendance for the Giants during the 1950s, New York remained a profitable place to conduct the … Continue reading
The St. Louis Cardinals seek payment from the New York Giants for two televised games at the Polo Grounds in an effort to determine the TV and radio rights of visiting teams to revenue.
Radio rights for the World Series sell for $475‚000 for three years. Every franchise but Pittsburgh has sold 1948 TV rights. The Giants get $400‚000 for 1948 radio-TV rights from Chesterfield.