SBD/Issue 99/This Week's SBJ

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See this week’s issue of SportsBusiness Journal as well as for these stories and more.


This week’s cover story examines the mounting revenue loss for the NHL and its teams during the lockout.

SFX Sports to begin making acquisitions in the near future.

New IMG Owner Ted Forstmann shaking up the structure.

Ameriquest adding NHRA deals to its sports portfolio.

One-On-One with Pacific Life Open Chair Charlie Pasarell.


Using The Web: Miami Heat doesn’t guess what its Web visitors want; it knows, after carefully tracking use of site.

Tube Talk :ESPN and Big East readjust rights fees after conference realignment, but they’re not saying by how much; NBA ratings down on both ESPN and TNT; TWI not likely to renew deal to represent Alpine World Ski Championships in U.S.

Media Tracker: Australian Open women’s final sets a record for tennis broadcasts on ESPN2; Boston’s WEEI-AM holds onto its spot as the top-rated sports radio station in the country in fall 2004 Arbitron numbers.

Labor & Agents: Shaquille O’Neal signs two-year deal to endorse Verizon; baseball agent forms company to buy minority stakes in independent sports agencies; Gaylord Sports Management signs PGA Tour veteran.

Breaking Ground: Design firms say requirements in D.C. ballpark proposal are proving difficult to meet; Orlando arena issue back in the spotlight again; Office Depot Center planning more magazines after successful debut.

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