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|Issue Date||SBJ In-Depth||Industry Events||Sponsored Sections||Ad • Materials Close|
|July 7||OPEN WEEK – NO PUBLICATION|
|July 14||MLB All-Star Game||6/30 • 7/2|
|July 21||The Convergence of Sports & Entertaniment||Fan Experience||7/7 • 7/9|
|July 28||The Education Issue||7/14 • 7/16|
|Aug. 4||Youth Sports — Little League 75th World Series||Little League World Series 75th Anniversary||7/21 • 7/23|
|Aug. 11||Sports Media||SEC Network debut, August 21||7/28 • 7/30|
|Aug. 18||College Football Season Preview||Reinventing the Training Room||8/4 • 8/6|
|Aug. 25||Tennis 2014||8/11 • 8/13|
|Sept. 1||NFL Season Preview||8/18 • 8/20|
|Sept. 8||Facilities Series: Design and Construction||8/25 • 8/27|
|Sept. 15||Game Changers – Women in Sports Business||Game Changers, Sept. 16||9/2 • 9/3|
|Sept. 22||NHL Season Preview||9/8 • 9/10|
|Sept. 29||Technology: LED Lighting||9/15 • 9/17|
|Oct. 6||The Fight Game||Sports Property Showcase||9/22 • 9/24|
|Oct. 13||Sports Sponsorship and Marketing||CSE Sports Marketing Symposium/Social Media & Sports Series, Oct. 14-15||9/29 • 10/1|
|Oct. 20||NBA Season Preview||10/6 • 10/8|
|Oct. 27||Horse Racing 2014||Breeders’ Cup, October 31-November 1||10/13 • 10/15|
|Nov. 3||College Basketball Season Preview||Sports Media & Technology, Nov. 5-6||10/20 • 10/22|
|Nov. 10||Sports Media||10/27 • 10/29|
|Nov. 17||Facilities Series: TBD||Pro Sports Facilities||11/3 • 11/5|
|Nov. 24||SBJ/SBD Reader Survey||Sports Gives Back||11/10 • 11/12|
|Dec. 1||College Sports||Motorsports Marketing Forum, Dec. 2-3||Degrees in Sports Business Directory College Facilities||11/17 • 11/19|
|Dec. 8||50 Most Influential Executives in Sports||IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum, Dec. 10-11||11/24 • 11/26|
|Dec. 15||The Year In Sports Business||12/1 • 12/3|
|Dec. 22||OPEN WEEK – NO PUBLICATION|
|Dec. 29||OPEN WEEK – NO PUBLICATION|
THE LEFTON REPORT is a weekly must-read on sponsorship, advertising and marketing news written by SportsBusiness Journal/Daily Editor-at-Large Terry Lefton. It is consistently one of the most widely read features in the magazine. LABOR & AGENTS BY LIZ MULLEN covers the dynamic world of sports agencies and talent agents, as well as the key labor issues facing the sports industry. Her weekly column is a can’t-miss among top sports agents and talent negotiators, as well as league and labor leaders. BREAKING GROUND BY DON MURET covers the latest news and trends among sports facilities and venues in this weekly column widely read by facility managers, architects,contractors, vendors, concessionaries and other partners. The column examines new elements in facility design and development, seating and ticketing.
SPORTS MEDIA BY JOHN OURAND is known for its provocative and spirited opinion, offering a unique perspective on the latest trends in the dynamic and fluid sports media space. From rights fees to programming trends to ratings spin, Ourand delivers keen analysis of some of the hot-button issues that everyone is talking about.
A longtime sports business veteran, Bill Sutton authors a monthly column on best practices called SUTTON IMPACT, which receives more feedback and response than any other column in SportsBusiness Journal. Sutton details best practices on ticket pricing, renewals, group sales and corporate sponsorship strategies applicable to both league and sponsors.
UP NEXT BY RICH LUKER presents issues and perspectives by Rich Luker, the well-respected consultant with The Luker Co., that are intended to move the industry forward in its thinking. This thought-provoking piece examines the latest societal trends in sports consumption and habits, and features trending data on issues such as interest in sports among our youth, and thoughts from industry leaders about what’s on the horizon.
*Issues To Be Determined will be added to the SportsBusiness Journal site as they are announced. To get the latest information go to www.sportsbusinessjournal.com and click on the Advertise With Us section.
All editorial topics listed here are subject to change, without notice, at the discretion of the publisher.