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With a new labor agreement in hand, the NFL can focus on the business of growing the sport. As a new season arrives, SportsBusiness Journal will look at the latest marketing initiatives planned by the league and teams, and the programs sponsors have in the works. We will also look at changes in the NFL’s media landscape, with NBC returning to the league flock and the NFL Network broadcasting games for the first time. With no looming labor issues clouding the future, the NFL is poised to build on its many successes and remain the biggest driver in U.S. sports. Publishing Date: September 4. Ad Close Date: August 21. For information on advertising contact National Advertising Director Julie Tuttle at 212-500-0711 or email@example.com.
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