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Not a hard ticket to get, the game didn't sell out.
Added: 11th January 2015
Posted By: Steve
Based on what I know about pro sports and their claims on ownership of broadcasts, the NFL's claim to this video does not surprise me.
About 20 years ago a company in New Jersey was advertising audiotape broadcasts of old MLB games in Baseball Digest. (I bought quite a few.) Eventually MLB claimed ownership-even though some of the radio broadcasts dated back to the 1930s--and their lawyers put the proprietor out of business.
|Posted by: Steve on 2015-01-11
I can understand the copyright of the video with both teams having the same logos today as when recorded. But an audio tape saying what is taking place? Would you be in trouble reading or selling scorecards?
I guess that disclaimer that is read during every MLB broadcast about any rebroadcast or re-transmission without the expressed written consent of MLB being strictly prohibited applies retroactively to 80-year-old games.
Many football critics at that time dismissed the AFL as a minor league. Even Lombardi said that KC and Oakland were not in the same class as Green Bay. Luckily he retired after his win over Oakland for in the next year when Super Joe Namath and the Jets whipped the Colts for the first AFL win in Super Bowl III.
I have not missed so much as one SB from its inception.
And when the Chiefs defeated the Vikings in SBIV it proved that the Jets victory wasn't a fluke.
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