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October 5, 1994 | LARRY STEWART
Kathryn (Kitty) Cohen has been promoted from vice president of finance for Prime Ticket to general manager of the regional sports cable network. Cohen, who becomes one of the highest-ranking female executives in sports television, replaces Roger Werner, who served as president of Prime Ticket for two years. Werner left the company in August when the sale of Prime Ticket Tele-Communications, Inc. (TCI) was completed.
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October 5, 1994 | LARRY STEWART
Kathryn (Kitty) Cohen has been promoted from vice president of finance for Prime Ticket to general manager of the regional sports cable network. Cohen, who becomes one of the highest-ranking female executives in sports television, replaces Roger Werner, who served as president of Prime Ticket for two years. Werner left the company in August when the sale of Prime Ticket Tele-Communications, Inc. (TCI) was completed.
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October 5, 1994 | LARRY STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kathryn (Kitty) Cohen has been promoted from vice president of finance for Prime Ticket to general manager of the regional sports cable network. Cohen, who becomes one of the highest-ranking female executives in sports television, replaces Roger Werner, who served as president of Prime Ticket for two years. Werner left the company in August when the sale of Prime Ticket Tele-Communications, Inc. (TCI) was completed.
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September 9, 1999 | LARRY STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kathryn "Kitty" Cohen, who as vice president and general manager of Fox Sports West and West 2 was one of the higher-ranking female executives in sports television, abruptly resigned Wednesday. "It's a sad day for me," Cohen said. "I love this place. I put 12 years of my life into it." Cohen, coming from Denver, joined the regional sports network in January 1988, when it was Prime Ticket. She was hired by owner Bill Daniels as the financial controller.
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May 24, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Sports
Monica Seles' plans to play the French Open and Wimbledon were jeopardized Thursday when pain in her left shoulder forced her to withdraw from the Madrid Open. A day after winning her first match since early February, Seles said the shoulder she injured en route to her Australian Open triumph in January hurt again. Her problem was diagnosed as tendinitis with a tear in the lining of the shoulder socket. She hadn't even practiced serving until last week for fear of re-injuring the shoulder.
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