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THIS WEEK'S HEADLINES

This week’s cover story focuses on Turner Sports’ attempt to loosen the rule that only allows nine broadcasts per season of one NBA team.

SBJ's Annual Forty Under 40 list of promising young execs.

Lengthened delay may give NHLPA negotiating leverage.

After seeing success of fan zone at Daytona, other tracks are dreaming.

One-on-One with NFL Cardinals VP & General Counsel Michael Bidwill.

DEPARTMENTS


Using Marketing: Internet marketers need to understand who uses the Net — and how — if they hope to be effective.

Tube Talk :Disney waiting on the NFL to name its price for rights renewal; ratings holding steady overall for college basketball; Comcast scripts programming for national distribution.

Media Tracker: Top advertisers for Daytona 500, NBA All-Star Game broadcasts; hottest markets for NFL Pro Bowl, Daytona viewership.

Labor & Agents: SFX lands first action sports client; agents craft buyout plan to take Legacy Sports independent; new Ashe rep firm builds roster; Seattle agency moves into sports with Sonics announcer.

Breaking Ground: NFL stadiums act in concert to book country music festival; arena managers see little new in NBA security guidelines; three universities interviewing architects for big-ticket renovations.

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