SBD/Issue 144/Classified Advertisements

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  • Let The Daily Help You Reach Your Advertising Goals!

    Each day, thousands of sports decision makers receive their news from one source, The Sports Business Daily. You can now deliver your advertising message to today's top sports executives — from college directors and facility managers to team owners and league commissioners. Let The Sports Business Daily help you reach your target market. Visit www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/onlineadvertising or contact Todd Tennyson, Online Advertising Director, at ttennyson@amcity.com or (704) 973-1532.

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  • SBJ's Report On The State Of Sports On The World Wide Web

    Log on and get ready for the May 13 issue of the SportsBusiness Journal, as the special report will evaluate the state of sports on the World Wide Web. The section will include a case study on a major corporation's plans for its sports sites. It will also look at how sites are getting their subscribers to pay for content. We'll also touch on team and league sites and try to gauge where Internet technology is heading in the future. Get others to interact with your message. Call your SportsBusiness Journal advertising representative, or Tom Kilby, Ad Director at 212-880-6715 or tkilby@amcity.com. Space Reservation Deadline: April 29


    Learn more about our Classified Advertising program or submit your own ad to
    THE DAILY by contacting Heather Crawley at (704) 973-1500.

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  • Sports Lawyer's Association Annual Conference

    May 30-June 1, 2002. Annual Conference, Sports Lawyer's Association, Arizona Biltmore Resort. For info, contact SLA National Office (703-437-4377, ext. 4071 or 4085) or print a brochure from www.sportslaw.org. $425 for members (discounted fees for law professors and law students), $620 for non-members (includes one year's membership). The SLA 28th Annual Conference will provide exclusive insights, instrumental contacts, and authoritative coverage of current vital sports law issues.

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