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MLB Network Absorbing MLB Productions In Ongoing ReorganizationPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 04 / 15
MLB Productions, baseball's in-house TV and video production division, is being absorbed into MLB Network as part of the league's ongoing business reorganization under new Commissioner Rob Manfred . The move, aimed at creating operational efficiencies, resulted in a job loss of slightly less than h...
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 10:30pm ET 30-minute edition of FSN''s "National Sports Report" led with Hornets-Heat, followed by T''Wolves-Spurs. The first non-NBA report, at 5:18 into the broadcast, was
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The XFL "went out with a whimper" on NBC Saturday night, as the league''s first championship game "barely registered on the primetime radar," according to Cynthia Littleton of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER,
Univ. of WA (UW) Dir of Trademarks & Licensing Michael Reagan said that the school''s new color scheme, redesigned Husky dog and revamped "W" logos created by Nike Team Sports "will boos
General Motors Acceptance Corp. (GMAC) announced yesterday that it has signed on as the title sponsor of the annual college football bowl game held in December in Mobile, AL, according to John Cameron
HealthSouth''s reported $60M investment in AL-based Regional Sports Network (RSN), announced last October (see THE DAILY, 10/27), "has apparently hit the skids," according to sources of Gilbert Nichol
S.F.-based Quokka Sports "told employees that it is throwing in the towel," according to Terry Lefton of THESTANDARD.com. Company sources said that although the company "had a potent lineup of partner
RACING "BUZZ": In Dallas, Tony Fabrizio writes the movie "DRIVEN" has good "box office buzz," but racing people are saying that it may put too much "emphasis on crashes" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 4/19)...
Host Communications has agreed to a three-year deal to secure the exclusive sales and marketing rights to Purdue Univ.''s coaches'' TV shows, radio play-by-play and coaches'' shows and game-day progra
As many as 77 college athletic departments and conferences "were scrambling to develop contigency plans for" their Web sites "late last week after learning that" Quokka Sports "was closing most of its
In addition to the Sports Emmys mentioned in THE DAILY in Tuesday''s issue, the following winners were announced during Monday''s ceremony in N.Y. (THE DAILY). INDIVIDUALS: ABC''s Al Michaels won for