TNT Has Strong Opening Night Ratings Winnipeg, Saskatoon Seeking To Host '19 World Juniors Fanatics To Get Rights To NHL Playoff Apparel Fox Has Best World Series Opener Since '09 Hansen Group Offers To Fund Seattle Arena Privately Michigan State Planning Hoops Game In Greece Rowdies, Fury Defect From NASL To USL Battle At Bristol Helps SMI's Q3 Earnings Mara Admits Fault In Josh Brown Situation DraftKings, FanDuel To Pay New York State $6M Each
SBD/Issue 57/This Week's SBJ
Published December 4, 2003
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THIS WEEK'S HEADLINES
|•||This week’s cover story profiles NASCAR's new head man - Brian France.|
|•||NFL shows $19.4M loss on tax return.|
|•||Old-time hockey flourishes outdoors in Edmonton.|
|•||Foot Locker renews for NFL catalog, online business.|
Taking a final look at the arenas opening this fall.
|•||Hornets hit sophomore slump in ticket sales.|
|•||AFL banks on regional cable to increase reach.|
U.S. Open Champ Andy Roddick signs deal to become endorser for Rolex; U.S.
Army renews sponsorship of AFL.
NYC2012 and the USOC face condemnation and penalties stemming from Dick
Pound's World Anti-Doping Agency; comments after more preview tours of Athens.
After not getting satisfactory offers from ESPN or anyone else, NHL
appears ready to wait it out before cutting a new TV deal; CSTV to stage
first consumer promo with Coca-Cola.
& Agents: Two of four Raiders reported to have tested positive for
THG hire lawyer David Cornwell; Octagon's Clifton signs pitcher Hasegawa.
|•||Campus Beat: Sonoma State uses shares in racehorses to help boost athletic department scholarship fund; Villanova field house ATM will also distribute tickets to students.|