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Austin Karp

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Sports Illustrated Sees Slight Decline For Q1 Print Ad Revenue, While ESPN The Mag Flat

04 / 17 / 14

Sports Illustrated began ’14 with a slight dip in print ad revenue, as Q1 saw $146.0M compared to $147.8M last year during the same period (one less issue in '14), according to data from the Publishers Information Bureau. The Q1 data for SI does not include the annual swimsuit issue, which ha...

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Tags: Research and Ratings, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, Golf Digest, Golf magazine, Golf World

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Overnight Ratings: NHL, National Dog Show

Sports telecasts during Thanksgiving weekend were dominated by NFL and college football telecasts . Other non-football program over the holiday weekend included the Rangers-Bruins matchup this past Friday. That game on NBC earned a 1.1 overnight rating from 1:00-4:00pm ET. NBC also saw once of i ...

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CBS Gets 8.6 Overnight For Iron Bowl

CBS earned an 8.6 overnight rating for Auburn’s last-second win over Alabama yesterday afternoon, marking the second-best overnight rating for any college football game this season, behind only a 9.0 rating for Alabama-Texas A&M on Sept. 14. The 8.6 rating is also up 291% from the same ma ...

NSCS Ratings Flat For '13, Viewership Up Some

TV ratings for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series were flat this season compared to ’12, while viewership saw a slight increase. NASCAR averaged a 3.6 rating and 5.8 million viewers for 35 Sprint Cup telecasts across Fox, TNT, ESPN and ABC. Excluded from the average was the Chicagoland Speedway race ...

Tags: Media, NASCAR, Fox, ESPN, TBS/TNT

Overnight Ratings: NASCAR Sprint Cup Finale

ESPN earned a 2.7 overnight rating for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series finale from Homestead-Miami Speedway yesterday afternoon, which saw Jimmie Johnson capture his sixth title in eight years. That figure is flat compared to last year's finale, which saw Brad Keselowski win the championship, and d ...

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Final Ratings: "30 For 30" Fall Slate Down

ESPN’s fall slate of “30 for 30” documentaries saw a significant audience drop compared to the package of films that aired during the same period last year. The net averaged 997,000 viewers for its six docs this fall, which aired each Tuesday from Oct. 1 through Nov. 5. That avera ...

Tags: Media

SMT: Leagues, Tech Look For More Synergy

Focusing on the synergy between sports and emerging entertainment technology, the ’13 Covington & Burling Sports Media & Technology conference brought together execs from the property, technology and legal fields for a panel entitled, “Disruptive Technologies: How Connected Platf ...

Tags: Events and Attractions

SMT: Fans, Execs Discuss TV Experiences

During a unique panel at the '13 Covington & Burling Sports Media & Technology conference, a small group of media execs were joined by a group of sports fans for a focus-group setting during which the fans outlined how they consume sports content. The fans described their experiences and sha ...

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SMT: NFL, TV Execs Talk At-Game Experience

The opening panel at Day 2 of the '13 Covington & Burling Sports Media & Technology conference featured a discussion among three NFL team presidents and two network execs on what is being done and what we can expect in relation to the in-stadium experience. NFL games are drawing fewer peopl ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, NFL

Panel Talks Investing In Sports Media

Investment in sports media was the topic of an afternoon panel on the first day of the '13 Covington & Burling Sports Media & Technology conference . Falconhead Capital Operating Partner Peter Englehart , whose firm just exited ownership of Competitor Group in a $250M sale, said, “In ...

SMT Panel Looks At Emerging Trends

The latest developments, trends and technologies affecting sports media was the main topic of the opening panel of the '13 Covington & Burling Sports Media & Technology conference this morning. NFL Media COO Brian Rolapp discussed the league's recent deal with Twitter and said the collab ...

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