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Daniel Kaplan

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

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Barclays Center rep: Seeking ‘strategic partner’

Published in On The Ground on 10 / 20 / 14

SportsBusiness Journal reported this morning that Barclays Center is for sale . This afternoon, arena representatives provided the following statement, attributable to spokesman Barry Baum. “Our goal is to identify a strategic partner as we continue to capitalize on the great performance o...

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09/01/14
SportsBusiness Journal: The NFL tackles London

Television host Vernon Kay is often asked why, if his looks are so critical, he risks facial injury playing amateur football. Most Americans, weaned on the sport, might sympathize with his refusal to punt his pigskin passion. Kay, however, is English, a United Kingdom media celebrity, ...

Tags: In-Depth, NFL Season Preview

09/01/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Reviewing the stadium mix

Wembley Stadium has hosted every NFL London regular-season game since the league started playing them in 2007, and is under contract to host through 2016. However, there is no assurance the league will continue playing games there afterward, especially if the NFL dramatically increases the ...

Tags: In-Depth, NFL Season Preview

09/01/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Team would challenge logistics

The NFL would confront a host of logistical challenges fielding a franchise in London. Some are obvious, like travel times and scheduling. But there are other, more subtle considerations, as well. “What about Tuesdays during the season when coaches and personnel people are bringing in peopl ...

Tags: In-Depth, NFL Season Preview

09/01/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Citizen expands deal with USTA

Citizen Watch is renewing its sponsorship of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships and expanding its deal to cover the eight Emirates Airline U.S. Open Series events as well as the U.S. Tennis Association’s planned player-development complex in ...

Tags: Events and Attractions

08/26/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Gilbert Lays Out Agenda For NFLPA Exec Dir Role

Former NFLer Sean Gilbert this morning outlined an ambitious agenda as part of his campaign for NFLPA Exec Dir, including agreeing to an 18-game regular season, while at the same time ripping apart the current CBA and shifting resources back to the players. Gilbert is running against incumbent DeMau ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

08/26/14
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Looking For New CMO

The NFL is conducting a search for a new CMO after a series of high-level organizational changes, outlined in a memo sent today by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to teams and league officials. Mark Waller is dropping his CMO title to fully focus on international, a role he previously had before ...

08/26/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Court Schedules American Needle Trial

An Illinois federal court scheduled a jury trial for next fall for American Needle's antitrust lawsuit against the NFL. That would come a full 16 years after the event that sparked the lawsuit: the NFL's award of an exclusive cap license to Reebok. American Needle in '04 sued under antitrust law, bu ...

08/25/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Tennis Center construction timeline

2014 ■ Three new practice courts and three competition courts, with bleacher seating for 1,300 fans sandwiched between New competition and practice courts opening this year feature improved seating for spectators. ...

Tags: In-Depth, Facilities, Events and Attractions

08/25/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Grand plan for tennis

The current overhaul of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center will help propel U.S. Open revenue to roughly $320 million when the work is fully complete in 2018, up from $260 million for this year’s event, tennis sources said. While $60 million more is substantial, unlike typical ...

Tags: In-Depth, Facilities, Events and Attractions

08/25/14
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL, DirecTV on verge of Ticket deal

The NFL is on the verge of a deal with DirecTV for its Sunday Ticket package that will see its average annual rights fee increase to between $1.3 billion and $1.4 billion over the next decade. Though several issues still need to be ironed out, a broad agreement has been reached on the price and l ...

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