You were probably thinking of emitter follower.
Even the Arena League will get a few minutes of my time if I stumble on a game. Or Brett Favre throwing warm-up to high school kids.
I used to watch pretty much every Atlanta Braves game that aired, which was to say pretty much every Atlanta Braves game played, until moving out of their coverage area and, especially, getting married. Were it not for the Olympics, I would quickly forget that archery, badminton, BMX racing, canoeing, cricket, croquet, diving, equestrian, fencing, handball, judo, modern pentathlon, rowing, sailing, shooting, synchronized swimming, table tennis, triathlon, water polo, weighlifting, and real wrestling existed as sports.
So why, exactly, should I suddenly get interested in it every four years lacking a rooting interest? The same, incidentally, is true of non-Olympic periodic sports, like the World Cup.
If they advance to the late rounds, my interest will pique. Once the red, white, and blue is done, though, so am I.
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M, m, µ. Women's sports at the Olympics → Women at the Olympics – Article is more than just the sports; it is also about funding, media coverage, participation, etc. Also puts it in line with articles such Canada at the Olympics and Mixed team at the Olympics. Messner makes many other salient points regarding coverage differences between the men’s and the women’s tournaments, all indicating that women’s sports are a niche, and men’s is mainstream.
One of those differences is how women are portrayed in the media. As the network's chief marketing officer John Miller explained: "The people who watch the Olympics are not particularly sports fans," he explained recently to yunusemremert.com