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Eric Fisher

Eric Fisher covers baseball and digital media for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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NYC FC, YES Network Set To Announce Multiyear TV Deal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 18 / 14

NYC FC and YES Network today are expected to announce a new multiyear TV rights agreement that will show the expansion MLS club on the RSN when it begins play next season. The deal gives YES live game rights in three different major pro sports. Scheduled to appear at a morning press conference ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Microsoft Changes Terms Of Use For Xbox One

Microsoft late yesterday made an abrupt change in its terms regarding used games and online connection requirements for its forthcoming Xbox One gaming console following heated consumer outcry. The technology giant had planned to impose several restrictions for the Xbox One, set to be released late ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: SnappyTV, LiveU Strike Partnership

SnappyTV, a S.F.-based technology startup that aids social sharing of digital video, has struck a partnership with LiveU, which works in transmitting live video over cellular networks. The alignment will aid in near-real time posting of video clips from live events. Among the initial users of the co ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Sqor Names Brett Favre To BOD

S.F.-based startup digital sports outfit Sqor has named former NFLer  Brett Favre to its BOD. Sqor is a sports social platform that seeks in part to forge a niche with unfiltered, original content from pro athletes. The alignment was brokered in part by Favre's agent, Bus Cook , who also is c ...

SportsBusiness Journal: Soccer portal Goal.com gets makeover

U.K.-based digital media outfit Perform has completed an extensive reworking of its Goal.com global soccer portal in advance of next year’s World Cup in Brazil. Among the changes are a new visual look developed with the aid of brand design consultant Elmwood, new fantasy and prediction-base ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Second-screen usage overstated?

A new study suggests that the usage of second screens while watching live sports has been overstated. Just 4 percent of U.S. sports fans are using Internet-connected devices to follow live sports that they’re also watching on TV, according to new research from Sporting News Media. ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Bounty Rolling Out Reds Activations

P&G paper towel brand Bounty this weekend will begin a season-long marketing activation with the Reds, sponsoring the Great American Ball Park cleaning staff that will now be called the Bounty Clean Crew. Bounty will also receive a 15-second spot on the stadium videoboard, and the brand will spo ...

SportsBusiness Daily: EA Sports Unveils Details Of "NBA Live" Release

Basketball titles held a prominent position at yesterday's E3 Press Day in L.A., with EA Sports unveiling several features for its attempted revival of the "NBA Live" franchise and 2K Sports taking part in Sony's press conference to discuss the upcoming "NBA 2K 14." Cavaliers G Kyrie Irving took par ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Market shift rocks digital strategy

Chris Russo, the veteran media executive and founder of the former Big Lead Sports, less than two years ago was leading one of the five largest digital sports properties in terms of monthly unique visitors. Early last year, he engineered a sale of the company to Gannett Inc., formerly a minority sha ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: LeBron On Cover Of "NBA 2K 14"

2K Sports has named Heat F LeBron James the cover athlete for the upcoming "NBA 2K 14," representing James' first solo appearance on a video game cover. The title, one of the top-selling sports video games of any type with more than 5 million units in annual sales, will be released this fall on both ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: MLB Draft Brings Vibrant Crowd To N.J.

MLB held its annual draft at the MLB Network studio in Secaucus, N.J., for the fifth straight year, and the event posted its largest and most vibrant crowd with a packed Studio 42. Nine draft hopefuls were present, many accompanied by loud, exuberant families. "This really is terrific," MLB Commissi ...

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