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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 14

SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...

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HOME DEPOT MAKES IT OFFICIAL: $50M OLYMPIC SPONSORSHIP

The Home Depot officially reaffirmed its membership in the Olympic movement Thursday with a $50M commitment, over eight years, of cash, products and jobs, according to Mike Gorrell of the SALT LAKE TR

Tags: Home Depot, Olympics, OPUS, USOC

10/17/97
NFL SEMINARS TARGETING WOMEN BIG HIT IN BIG D

The NFL 101 Workshops for Women are being held in a number of cities in October. Classes were held Wednesday in Dallas and yesterday in Jacksonville and will take place October 20 in Cincinnati, Octob

Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Events and Attractions, Indianapolis Colts, NFL

10/17/97
WHY IS DON SMILEY-ING? TALK IN MIAMI OF DOWNTOWN PARK

Marlins President Don Smiley and city of Miami execs have "quietly been discussing the franchise''s future - one that could include a move to downtown Miami," according to Barry Jackson of the MIAMI H

Tags: American Airlines, Bank of America, Miami Marlins, Franchises, Miami Heat

10/17/97
AHL MAKES SHER ITS '97-98 SPONSORS ARE IN PLACE

The AHL has renewed its marketing partnership with Anheuser-Busch and its Bud Ice and Bud Ice Light brands. Bud Ice and Bud Ice Light will become the official beers of the AHL and Bud Ice will serve a

Tags: AHL, Anheuser Busch

10/17/97
COMING TO A THEATER NEAR YOU: FINE TALES FROM THE SPACEMAN

The number of feature films on baseball is examined by VARIETY''s Michael Fleming in his "Buzz" column. Woody Harrelson will play former Red Sox P Bill Lee in "Almost Perfect Game," which Paramount "i

Tags: Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, Showtime, Media, Time Warner, YankeeNets

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LIKE A ROLLING STONE: ESPN MAGAZINE TO GO SUPER SIZE

ESPN Magazine, in addition to being marketed via ESPN''s cable stations and Web site, "will be backed" by a $1M trade campaign and "a separate consumer push," both created by Wieden & Kennedy, NY, acc

Tags: ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Media, Walt Disney, Wieden Kennedy

10/16/97
THE AMERICAN'S IN PARIS: THE RUNNING OF THE BULLS

The Bulls continue their tour of Paris before the McDonald''s Championships this weekend. A full-length photo of Michael Jordan was on the front page of the Paris newspaper France-Soir on Wednesday un

Tags: Chicago Bulls, Leagues and Governing Bodies, McDonalds

10/16/97
GLUCKSTERN SAYS, "ISLE TAKE LONG ISLAND"

Steven Gluckstern and New York Sports Ventures (NYSV) have signed a contract to purchase the Islanders from John Pickett, according to John Valenti of NEWSDAY. The deal is scheduled to go before the N

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MEDIA NOTES

TV DEALS: USA TODAY''s Michael Hiestand examines the upcoming TV rights negotiations for the NFL and NBA in today''s "In Focus" section (USA TODAY, 10/16)....In TX, Wendell Barnhouse reports that the

Tags: ABC, Cablevision, Comcast-Spectacor, ESPN, Madison Square Garden, NBA, New Orleans Pelicans, New York Knicks, News Corp./Fox, NFL, San Antonio Spurs, Media, Walt Disney

10/16/97
LEAGUE NOTES

WNBA: The Detroit franchise has sold 2,000 season tickets in two weeks and is two-thirds of the way to the WNBA mandate of 3,000 by November 10 (DETROIT NEWS, 10/16). MLS: More than 32,000 tickets hav

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLS, WNBA

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