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Topic - Michael Mulvihill
As promised, Jimmy Kimmel moved forward with plans to tape his Tuesday show in Brooklyn.
"The World Series has been a top-10 prime-time hit for over 40 years and even with a four-game sweep, this series was no exception," said Michael Mulvihill, Fox Sports Media Group's senior vice president of programming and research. "It's important for us to remain focused on the Series relative to today's competitive environment rather than bygone years."