Quote of the Day

"Between 'What do you need' and 'Here's a check,' there's a lot of steps, and that's what we're working on right now."

— Former WUSA Commissioner Tony DiCicco, on talks with sponsors concerning the return of the league (THE DAILY).

Tuesday January 20, 2004 Vol. 10 — No. 83 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Nextel Beginning To Leverage
    Its NASCAR Relationship

    With less than a month before the green flag drops at Daytona, Nextel has unveiled several marketing initiatives around its sponsorship of NASCAR's top series. In addition to ads that debuted this past weekend, Nextel is rolling out phone- and Web-based products and services, offering fans access to race broadcasts, alerts, news and other content. Unlike its predecessor RJR, Nextel says that it will not take an active role in shaping the on-track product. Accordingly, NASCAR today reveals the anticipated changes to its points system.

  • Let's Be Frank
    MLB proceeds with review of McCourt's bid for Dodgers despite Eli Broad's late offer.

    Ringing In The New Year
    NBC says 70% of local Olympic ad inventory sold to the tune of $700M.

    Jeremy's Spoken
    Univ. of Colorado WR Bloom offers ultimatum to NCAA: allow ski endorsements or ban him from playing football.

    Over Time
    NFL to use Super Bowl inventory to tout the season that "never ends" on league's nascent TV network.

    Xtra, Xtra, Read All About It
    ESPN's Winter X Games finalizes deal to remain in Aspen through '07.

    Kick Back
    Soccer execs discuss the viability of WUSA's return at NSCAA convention.

    Dead Air?
    Louisiana Gov. Blanco hints at no more state funding for the dormant Football Network.

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