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Alabama Football Program Profits $47M-Plus In '16, Boosting School's Athletic RevenuePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 24 / 17
The Univ. of Alabama football program "netted a profit in excess" of $47M last year, according to Aaron Suttles of the TUSCALOOSA NEWS. The program earned $103,871,075 in '16, "helped in large part" by nearly $21M in media rights fees along with more than $37M in ticket sales. The $47,794,452 i...
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The following lists final Nielsen ratings from recent sports events (THE DAILY). EVENT DATE NET TIME RAT/SHR NCAA Basketball: (regional) 2/23 CBS 12:00-2:00pm 1.4/4 NCAA Basketball: (regional) 2/23 CB
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BRANDWEEK reported that Cox Radio will not be carrying Univ. of AL football and basketball games next season. For the past three years, Cox "has carried football on its ''80s Hits–formatted WBPT
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Turner Sports named MICHAEL PLANT as Exec VP overseeing several aspects of Tuner Sports'' operations, including the day-to-day operations of the division. Plant joined Turner Sports in August ''95 as