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SportsBusiness Journal Staff Writer Tripp Mickle

Tripp Mickle

Tripp Mickle covers motorsports, action sports and the Olympics for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Comcast, NASCAR To Announce 10-Year Deal Next Week For Xfinity To Title No. 2 Series

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 28 / 14

See the listing for Xfinity Comcast and NASCAR plan to announce a 10-year sponsorship agreement next week that will turn the sport’s secondary circuit into the Xfinity Series. The deal, which is valued at close to $200M, is expected to be announced on Wednesday in Charlotte, ...

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Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, NASCAR, Comcast-Spectacor

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08/07/13
SportsBusiness Daily: ISC Announces Mixed-Use Development Plans

ISC today announced it plans to move forward with a mixed-use and entertainment development near its HQs across the street from Daytona Int'l Speedway. The company signed a 50-50 joint-venture agreement with Atlanta-based developer Jacoby Development for the project, which will be called One Daytona ...

08/05/13
SportsBusiness Journal: Fox adds races, years to NASCAR deal

Fox Sports and NASCAR closed a new, $3.8 billion TV rights agreement that adds three Sprint Cup races, 14 Nationwide Series races and two years to the deal the broadcaster cut with NASCAR last fall. The $3.8 billion price tag is $1.4 billion greater than the eight-year deal Fox signed with NASCAR ...

Tags: Media

08/05/13
SportsBusiness Journal: Stakes high in IOC race

When Dick Pound ran for president of the International Olympic Committee in 2001, he rarely traveled. His campaign depended primarily on phone calls to members and brief meetings at IOC gatherings. Twelve years later, the campaign for IOC president looks far different. The six competitors — ...

Tags: Olympics

08/05/13
SportsBusiness Journal: The final days of Speed

In late July, Speed employee Jessie Morrison scaled the large, red Speed sign outside the broadcast network’s Charlotte headquarters. She stretched out across it on her stomach, turned toward a camera and smiled. Later, she posted the phot ...

Tags: Media

08/02/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Fox Signs New Deal With NASCAR Through '24

Fox Sports and NASCAR closed a new $3.8B TV rights agreement that adds three Sprint Cup races, 14 Nationwide Series races and two years to the deal the broadcaster cut with NASCAR last fall. The $3.8B price tag is $1.4B greater than the eight-year deal Fox signed with NASCAR last year. That eight-ye ...

Tags: Media, NASCAR, Fox

08/01/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Fox, NASCAR Close TV Rights Deal

Fox Sports and NASCAR closed a new $3.8B TV rights agreement that adds three Sprint Cup races, 14 Nationwide series races and two years to the deal the broadcaster cut with NASCAR last fall. The $3.8B price tag is $1.4B higher than Fox had agreed to pay through '22. The deal pushes NASCAR's total TV ...

07/31/13
SportsBusiness Daily: SMI Sees Revenue Decline During Q2

Rain during NASCAR weekends in Sonoma and Charlotte combined with the weak economy triggered a decrease in ticket sales and a decline in Q2 revenue at Speedway Motorsports Inc. Revenue fell to $176.8M, a 2.3% decrease from the same period last year. Most of the decrease stemmed from diminishing tick ...

Tags: Finance, Speedway Motorsports Inc.

07/29/13
SportsBusiness Journal: NASCAR won’t revisit TV split

Every five to 10 years Major League Baseball, the NBA and NHL revisit the way their teams share revenue. In the motorsports world, Formula One does the same thing. But when NASCAR finalizes its future media rights deals in the coming months, the sport doesn’t plan to discuss — much less ...

Tags: Media

07/29/13
SportsBusiness Journal: NBC steps up, lands NASCAR

During the week of July 7, NASCAR officials started to realize that the sport’s long-standing, multi-decade relationships with ESPN and Turner were coming to an end. Soon after the July 4 holiday, Turner’s David Levy called NASCAR’s Steve Herbst to say that Turner wasn&rs ...

Tags: Media

07/24/13
SportsBusiness Daily: NBC-NASCAR Deal Could Be Worth $4.4B

NBC will pay $4.4B over 10 years for rights to ESPN's entire NASCAR Sprint Cup package, plus half of Turner's six races, according to sources familiar with the deal. That represents a significant media rights increase for NASCAR over the more than $2.28B paid by ESPN and Turner combined for the same ...

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

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