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Verizon, Lions Make Upgrades To Wi-Fi At Ford Field, Increasing System's CapacityPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 24 / 17
Verizon, which installed the Wi-Fi system at Ford Field in '12, said that it has "quadrupled capacity in the 65,000-seat stadium" to address the system's problems, according to Frank Witsil of the DETROIT FREE PRESS. Verizon "drilled into the concrete walls, pulled cables throughout the stadium, and...
Supporters of a riverfront site for a new Reds ballpark debut their ad campaign today "asking voters to protect their investment in the riverfront''s rebirth," according to Phillip Pina of the CINCINN
A N.Y. Daily News/WABC-TV poll shows that N.Y. residents "would overwhelmingly vote down spending taxpayer money to build a new Yankee Stadium outside the Bronx if a proposed referendum were held toda
The Staples Center today will unveil "complex and potentially lucrative sponsorship agreements that could define how arenas of the future craft sponsorship deals," according to Greg Johnson of the L.A
Maple Leaf Sports Chair Steve Stavro said Wednesday that the team has ceased efforts to acquire Toronto''s Union Station, located next to the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs'' were looking to have Union
Mark Rosentraub, Associate Dean of Indiana Univ.''s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, was paid by MLB to produce a 23-page economic report on the proposed Padres stadium, and has announced h
After several months of study, the Steelers "have chosen" a site for their new 65,000-seat stadium that includes the parking lots next to Three Rivers Stadium, according to Tom Barnes of the PITTSBURG
Supporters of the Broadway Commons site for a new Reds ballpark "plan to begin airing" a TV ad today that "blends vintage footage" of the team "with panoramic views of the northeastern downtown site,"
Wives of Broncos players and personnel, along with Citizens for a New Stadium (CFANS), "lunched with 275 women" at Mile High Stadium "to focus on the team''s charitable contributions to the city," but
The city of San Diego "is losing more money than it banked on" due to an agreement with the Chargers to "guarantee" that an average of 60,000 tickets will be sold for every home game, according to Bra
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley yesterday "offered to put up city money to remodel Comiskey Park to accommodate the Bears," according to Fran Spielman of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES. Daley: "It''s very logical.