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THE DAILY is looking for a bright, media savvy star to manage our national newsgathering network. Responsibilities include initiating/maintaining relationships with reporters, PR agencies and Fortune 500 companies, and assisting in the writing and editing of each day's edition of THE DAILY. Please fax resume: (203) 857-5590. No phone calls.
Kagan Seminars, Inc., presents "Media Sports Business" on November 12-13 at the Park Lane Hotel in NY. Veteran analysts John Mansell and Brian Schecter will engage in a power-hitting lineup of over 30 leading sports and media industry players, including: IOC VP Richard Pound; agent Leigh Steinberg; MLS Commissioner Doug Logan; and Marquee Group President & CEO Bob Gutkowski. Panels on November 12 include: "Sports Rights Fees," "Cable Regional Sports Networks," "Cybersports & High-Speed Access" and "New Nets & New Leagues." Panels on November 13 include: "Franchise Financing in the Interactive Age," "Stadium Leases," "Tracking the Racetracks" and "Horseracing & Gaming." To register, contact Kagan Seminars, Inc., at (408) 624-1536 or firstname.lastname@example.org. THE DAILY is the Official Online Conference Publication of "Media Sports Business."
Major League Soccer seeks Dir of Special Events. Exciting opportunity in NYC, minimum of 3 years event experience. Fax resume to Dianne McCaffrey at 212-450-1352 or 212-450-1303. No phone calls please.
We are pleased to accept nominations for the '97 SPORTS INDUSTRIALIST OF THE YEAR. This award is for the one sports industry executive -- or organization -- that best embodies our vision of the sports industry during the year. We're looking for those who see sports as we do: namely, sports as entertainment, sports as a distinct industry, and sports as a global business. Nominees should have a clear and definable impact on the industry, work daily to further its strength and growth, exemplify leadership, and demonstrate creative and innovative thought. Additionally, they should be people or organizations to which the honor will have meaning. There'll be no kissing-up here. The winner will be selected by THE DAILY's editorial staff and announced in December. Nominations can be made by clients of THE DAILY in writing, on video, or in person. NOMINATIONS ARE DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14. Please call if you have any questions.