(x) Sports Center logo - Eurostile Ext/Microgramma {Franz}

Hey does anybody know the font used for Sportscenter?

I know it starts with a “B” and there is a light, medium, and bold version…
any ideas?
http://www.dannyd1.com/Images/SportsCenter/SportsCenter.jpg.jpg

Thanks
Tom

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According to Martin Kotulla, SoftMaker is finally updating two versions of Eurostile. "Eurasia" (an actual clone of Linotype Eurostile, Berthold's version) to come in 10 styles - Regular, Demi Bold, and Bold (each in the parts of regular and italic for the regular-"widthed" part only), plus the condensed and extended widths each come in the styles of "regular" and "bold", marking as SoftMaker's exclusive typeface family update. SoftMaker's other version of Eurostile appears to be "MicroSquare" under license from URW++, except that the typeface itself comes in all 5 styles for the "regular"-widthed part (Regular, Medium, Bold, Heavy & Black), plus the "extended"-widthed part comes in the styles of Regular & Black, the "stencil" part as an actual clone of "Eurostile Extended Black Stencil", and the small-caps part is two styles (Regular & Bold).

Those font names are finally appearing on two of SoftMaker's premium-quality typeface collections - "MegaFont XXL 3.0" (for home users) and "infiniType 4" (for designers) - both being released around May 27, 2014.

According to Martin Kotulla, SoftMaker is finally updating two versions of "M730 Sans" (an actual clone of "Microgramma Extended" under license from Berthold/Brendel) to include the styles of Regular & Bold each for the "regular" and "small-caps" parts. SoftMaker's other version of Microgramma Extended appears to be called "Micro" (which comes in the styles of "regular" and "bold", and also under license from URW++). And of course, "M731 Sans" (an actual clone of Microgramma Deco, the older "Microgramma Bold Extended" in all-uppercase only form, which appears to be in the design of FontBank's Microbus and Southern Software's Chino SSi/SSK), appears in to join "M730 Sans" and "Micro" (the two actual clones of Microgramma Extended), and so these font names are finally appearing on "MegaFont XXL 3.0" and "infiniType 4" - the two premium-quality typeface collections from SoftMaker - both being released around May 27, 2014.

Uhm.. Beurostile Extended? Slightly squooshed™.

Tom, what you may have thought of, could be ‘Bank Gothic’.?

I don’ t have it, but it’s probably out there somewhere: a Medium Extended version of Microgramma/Eurostile. Should fit the bill.