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SportsBusiness Journal/Daily is looking to expand its international business coverage and is seeking a full time editor and part time editorial assistants to develop its international coverage plans. All jobs based in Charlotte, NC. Must have excellent knowledge of sports business, understand global events, markets and companies, be familiar and comfortable with aggregation and have the ability to speak /read multiple languages. If interested in either role, send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The growth of high school sports has sponsors and media outlets exploring ways to tap into the market, but how do they navigate this fragmented space? We’ll look at the deals that are getting done, examine the growing exposure for high school sports across various media platforms, and identify the executives and companies who are setting themselves apart in this segment of the sports business.
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