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Peyton Manning is named the most marketable player in the league in our exclusive survey; ad sales for the NFL’s TV partners pace ahead of a generally flat market; the league lookings at strengthening its drug policy; the Saints’ ticket-sales success continues; and more local news stations are learning to cope with sideline restrictions. See tomorrow’s issue for our special NFL season preview package.
Spirit Of St. Louis
ACBJ, parent of THE DAILY and SBJ, acquires Sporting News.
Fountain Of Youth
A-B looks to exploit sports ties with online network geared toward young male demo.
Bill Of Rights
Ford Motor CEO’s move to step down could portend larger role with Lions.
Better In Small Packages?
Forest City Ratner reducing size of Atlantic Yards project.
Derek Jeter signs long-term deal to endorse Movado watches.
Real Madrid to fund 50% of elite soccer academy under new partnership with RSL.
Shock coach Laimbeer refusing to wear mic on ESPN’s telecast of WNBA Finals Game Four.
Despite loss to Greece, Jerry Colangelo says he’s pleased with “first step” in rebuilding U.S. hoops in time for ’08.
“Companies are jumping too early on the Reggie Bush marketing bandwagon. Give him a year to establish a presence.”
Insight Sports Networks Senior Dir of Programming & Production Corey Russell (THE DAILY).