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

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Ticketmaster Buys Design/Development Company Two Toasters

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 31 / 15

Ticketmaster has purchased Durham-based mobile design and development company Two Toasters. The deal is designed to extend Ticketmaster's investment in mobile-based purchasing, and Two Toasters has previously worked with clients such as Regal Cinema and Google. Financial terms were not disclosed. Ti...

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SportsBusiness Daily: NBC Creates Super Bowl Tumblr Page

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SportsBusiness Daily: 120 Sports Unveils Athlete Index

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SportsBusiness Daily: NBC To Stream SB Without Authentication

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Tags: Media, NBC

SportsBusiness Daily: "120 Sports Day" In Chicago

Digital outlet 120 Sports is celebrating its namesake 1/20 day today with a formal proclamation from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel . The company is located in Chicago, and Emanuel has named today “120 Sports Day” in the city. Emanuel’s proclamation reads in part, “Whereas, ...

SportsBusiness Journal: MLB setting goal of $15B in revenue

As MLB begins the Rob Manfred era, league executives are aiming to increase annual revenue to more than $15 billion over the next several years. MLB ended 2014 with a league record of $9 billion in total industry revenue, up by nearly a billion dollars from 2013 and nearly twice the industry leve ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

SportsBusiness Journal: Keeping Milwaukee in the game

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SportsBusiness Journal: Bleacher Report, James launch website

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SportsBusiness Journal: Unfinished business

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SportsBusiness Journal: 9 for the win column

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SportsBusiness Daily: Selig Honored At Scouts Foundation Dinner

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