Braves Set To Name Mixed-Use Developers Pipe Break Affects UCLA's Pauley Pavilion World Cup Helps Drive Up Twitter Usage 60,000 On Hand For ManU-Inter Milan Top Raiders Officials Visited San Antonio IMG Signs Tsonga For Representation CLC Extends Major Licensing Deals Janssen To Sponsor Chicagoland Race NFL, Goodell Continue To Receive Criticism Talks Underway To End Ecclestone Trial
SBD/Issue 9/Classified AdvertisementsPrint All
Increase your company's exposure in the sport business marketplace and get your message in front of the industry's top executives. For more information on placing a classified in SportsBusiness Daily, please contact Heather Taylor at 704-973-1525 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have set our sights on outdoor networks and will explore how programmers are positioning themselves with outdoor enthusiasts and where they are focusing their attention to generate revenue. What does the announcement that ESPN will end most of its outdoor programming mean to the outdoor industry overall and does it create opportunities for other participants to become larger players? How are networks working to appeal to advertisers and sponsors, and how are sports properties working with them to attract more viewers? What are the costs? How does online, broadband and in-demand programming come into play? Those are just some of the issues we’ll explore as we head to the great outdoors. Publishing Date: October 18 Ad Close: October 4 Materials Close: October 6.
For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at 212 500 0711 or email@example.com.