In-Depth schedule for future issues

SBJ IN-Depth: Facilities
Publishing Date: July 11
Ad Close: June 27
Materials Due: June 29
The sports facility industry continues to be fertile ground for innovation whether it’s financing, design or construction. We will explore the latest ways venues are using their space to grow revenue and position themselves for additional event days. How are facility costs and evolving consumer demands changing what venues have to offer? What are some of the latest trends that could be spreading to more facilities in the future?  For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: Sports Media
Publishing Date: July 18
Ad Close: July 5
Materials Due: July 6
Few sectors of the sports industry have witnessed as many changes in recent years as the media business. Rising, and sometimes soaring, media rights fees come at a time when consumers are changing their viewing habits. We will look at how media companies are positioning themselves in this dynamic marketplace and capturing the attention of consumers, no matter where they are or what device they are using.  For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: The Education Issue
Publishing Date: July 25
Ad Close: July 11
Materials Due: July 13
As sports education programs crop up throughout the nation, schools are looking for ways to distinguish themselves. Ties to professional franchises, specialized curriculums and high-profile guest professors are some of the ways programs are standing out in the crowd. SportsBusiness Journal heads to the classroom to see the training students are receiving and the areas of expertise that are finding the most traction in the job market.  For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: Summer Olympics
Publishing Date: August 1
Ad Close: July 18
Materials Due: July 20
The world’s attention shifts to Rio as the countdown begins for the Summer Games. As a lead-in to the event, we will look at how sponsors are activating around the Games, from retail campaigns to on-site hospitality. We also will outline NBC’s coverage strategy and how it plans to deliver compelling stories that could build viewership and engagement. Before the torch is lit, find out the athletes, and the issues, that could shape and define the Rio Games. For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com 

SBJ IN-Depth: Youth Sports Destinations
Publishing Date: August 8
Ad Close: July 25
Materials Due: July 27
The growth in youth sports has cities around the country vying to be hubs for tournaments and other special events. Massive developments, both private and government supported, have sprung up in recent years and more are in the planning stages. SportsBusiness Journal explores the developers and municipalities behind these projects and how they are marketing themselves as the ultimate youth spots destination.  For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: Sponsorship and Marketing
Publishing Date: August 15
Ad Close: August 1
Materials Due: August 3
Never before have sponsors had so many weapons in the arsenal for reaching consumers, but which strategies are hitting their mark? We will explore how sponsors are leveraging their sports partnerships, the types of inventory in play, the platforms being used and the measurements to gauge ROI. What are the best practices that could shape how other deals are made and executed? For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: College Football Season Preview
Publishing Date: August 22
Ad Close: August 8
Materials Due: August 10
The start of the college football season launches one of the most powerful forces in all of sports. Before the first kickoff, we’ll highlight the business storylines that will help define the season ahead, whether it involves media partners, facility projects, ticketing strategies, sponsor activation or some other segment of the college space. See what’s in store for this passionate fan base and why this season will definitely be one to watch. For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: Tennis
Publishing Date: August 29
Ad Close: August 15
Materials Due: August 17
All eyes shift to New York as the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center takes the wraps off two major new pieces of its massive makeover. The new Grandstand stadium will see its first action, but most importantly, Arthur Ashe Stadium will showcase its new roof. As the sport’s best players descend on Flushing Meadow for the U.S. Open, we’ll walk you through the upgrades and tell you how they’ll change the experience for fans and raise the nation’s profile in the sport of professional tennis.  For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: NFL Season Opener
Publishing Date: September 5
Ad Close: August 22
Materials Due: August 24
As usual with each new season in the NFL, there is no shortage of stories. The Rams kick off in Los Angeles, the Vikings cut the ribbon on a new stadium, the Texans and Raiders square off in Mexico City, Twitter starts its new streaming deal — those are just a few of the highlights. The countdown to kickoff is on. Before the action gets underway, we will draw up some of the plays to watch this season.  For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: Game Changers: Women in Sports Business
Publishing Date: September 12
Ad Close: August 29
Materials Due: August 31
This highly anticipated edition features our annual look at women making their mark in sports. Read the fascinating stories of women throughout sports and the paths they took to get to where they are today. Also, hear their insights and advice for other women trying to break into the industry or make it to the next level. They are called Game Changers for a reason; find out why these talented women are someone you should get to know. For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

SBJ IN-Depth: Ticketing
Publishing Date: September 19
Ad Close: September 5
Materials Due: September 7
Ticketing continues to be a red hot field as technology and the use of analytics provide new ways to target consumers and move inventory. Whether it’s season tickets or last-minute sales, the primary or secondary market, learn more about the innovative approaches to keeping this key revenue stream flowing rapidly. The section will serve as a warm-up for the 2016 AXS Veritix Sports Facilities & Ticketing Symposium, set for Sept. 20-22 in Minneapolis.  For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at (212) 500-0711 or jtuttle@sportsbusinessjournal.com

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