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STATS, INC. OF ILLINOIS PROFILED IN INSIDE SPORTS
Published May 10, 1995
STATS, Inc., the Skokie, IL-based sports information service, is profiled in the latest INSIDE SPORTS. Rated No. 144 on INC. magazine's '93 list of the 500 fastest growing companies, STATS "capitalizes on its statistical wealth in a number of ways." They provide sports data to many news services, including ESPN, and STATS' online services "cater to commercial enterprises and to the public." More than 20 MLB teams subscribe, as do TV stations, print outlets and sports PR departments. One of the company's "most innovative" contributions to the interactive arena is providing the data for a new Motorola product called Sportstrax, a pocket beeper that "displays a tiny baseball field to discreetly keep you posted on the basics of a game" (Bob Rubin, INSIDE SPORTS, 6/95 issue).