Jim Corno, president and CEO, Comcast SportsNet Chicago

Going into April, naturally, we had high expectations for a deep playoff run for both the Bulls and Blackhawks.  However, as it unfortunately goes in pro sports, injuries to key players like Derrick Rose and Marian Hossa cut those expectations short for us and fans of those teams.

<BR><BR>What was unexpected is that we have a surging White Sox team now in first place. We have been experiencing solid TV ratings growth for the Sox.<BR><BR><A href="http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/chi-affable-broadcast-executive-has-nurtured-regional-sports-network-for-almost-30-years-20120416,0,3054395.story">See the original profile that ran April 16, 2012</A>

( June 16, 2012 )

Going into April, naturally, we had high expectations for a deep playoff run for both the Bulls and Blackhawks. However, as it unfortunately goes in pro sports, injuries to key players like Derrick Rose and Marian Hossa cut those expectations short for us and fans of those teams.

What was unexpected is that we have a surging White Sox team now in first place. We have been experiencing solid TV ratings growth for the Sox.

See the original profile that ran April 16, 2012

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