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Daniel Kaplan

Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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NFL Scales Back Celebration Penalties, Shortens Overtime Period

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 23 / 17

The NFL today eased its widely-mocked ban on celebrations after touchdowns. Celebrations that mimic violence, are sexually suggestive and taunting are still banned, but ones that use the football as a prop are now allowed. Also, group celebrations and celebrating on the ground are now allowed. Comm...

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03/20/17
SportsBusiness Journal: Miami Open to remain on Key Biscayne

Editor’s note: This story is revised from the print edition. Crandon Park, where the Miami Open is played, has one stadium and hospitality in a temporary structure. Photo by: GETTY IMAGES ...

Tags: Events and Attractions

03/20/17
SportsBusiness Journal: On Location adding sponsorship sales

Super Bowl hospitality provider On Location Experiences is getting into the sponsorship sales business, and its first client is the 2018 Minnesota Host Committee. On Location, which the NFL owns a piece of, says it will sell the national sponsorships that bring in some of the tens of millions of ...

Tags: Events and Attractions

03/13/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Billie Jean King Ceding Control Of WTT

Billie Jean King after 41 years is ceding control of Mylan World TeamTennis, selling her majority stake to two team owners – Mark Ein , who will have control, and Fred Luddy . King in turn will buy out a handful of smaller investors, including the USTA. Ein, who owns the Washington Kastles ...

03/13/17
SportsBusiness Journal: Holograms produce real results in sports

Holograms in sports have largely revolved around life-size images of celebrities, whether it’s hitting with “Maria Sharapova” at the U.S. Open or listening to a “Vince Lombardi” pep talk at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Now holograms are offering a new way to advert ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Technology

03/13/17
SportsBusiness Journal: Company Watch: Foxtenn

In the last week of February at a low-level tennis tournament in a suburb of Barcelona, Spain, sports got a live look at what could become the first major competitor in the line-calling technology field dominated by Sony’s Hawk-Eye for over a decade. Competitors in the International Tennis ...

Tags: Technology

03/07/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Jack Sock To Endorse Body Armor

Tennis player Jack Sock is the latest athlete to invest in and endorse sports drink BodyArmor, joining Mike Trout , James Harden , Andrew Luck and Dustin Johnson . As part of the multiyear partnership, Sock will appear in national in-store and external ad campaigns, digital/social media activ ...

03/06/17
SportsBusiness Journal: Owners will wrestle with Raiders reality

NFL teams recently received their annual ranking of clubs based on how much each pays into pooled ticket revenue. The league requires clubs to put one-third of ticket sales into a pool, which is shared equally. Second to last, sources said, is the Oakland Raiders, just a hair ahead of Jacksonvill ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

03/06/17
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL revenue reaches $14 billion

The NFL will take in roughly $14 billion of revenue this season, over $900 million more than last year. Increased media payments, a new “Thursday Night Football” package, and the opening of the new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota all contributed to the increase. “It continues ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

03/03/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Madison Keys To Endorse Evian

Evian tapped tennis player Madison Keys for a global endorsement contract, making her the first American endorser of the water brand. Keys, who is repped by WME-IMG, will be featured in ad campaigns and point-of-sale displays at Evian’s retail channels in North America, and she will par ...

03/01/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Tennis Channel Set To Buy Tennis Magazine

Tennis Channel is buying Tennis Magazine for roughly $9M, multiple sources said, securing ownership of the most visible URL in the sport -- Tennis.com. Sinclair Broadcasting, which owns Tennis Channel, is expected to make the announcement later this week. Tennis Channel declined to comment, and Sinc ...

Tags: Media, Tennis Channel

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