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MLB Network Absorbing MLB Productions In Ongoing Reorganization

Published 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...

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11/17/95
STADIUM NOTES: MILWAUKEE BOARD APPROVES TAX

The new stadium board in Milwaukee Thursday approved the five-county sales tax increase that will help finance construction of the new $250M ballpark for the Brewers (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 11/17

Tags: Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Browns, Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

11/17/95
ARENA RENTAL CAR TAX GETS CORPORATE SUPPORT IN ATLANTA

The Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Georgia Hospitality and Travel Association have all announced their support for a 3% tax on short-term car rentals

Tags: Atlanta Hawks, Facilities, Time Warner

11/17/95
PUBLIC PAYMENTS MADE TO FAILED JETS ARENA EFFORT IN WINNIPEG

Ottawa Human Resources Minister Lloyd Axworthy "quietly" directed a total of C$1.5M in federal funding last spring toward preliminary work on a failed bid to build a new arena in Winnipeg, according t

Tags: Facilities

11/16/95
MD BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS APPROVES BALTIMORE STADIUM DEAL

Despite objections from Republican legislators, MD''s Democratically-controlled Board of Public Works yesterday gave "swift and unanimous" approval to a deal to build a $200M, 70,000-seat stadium for

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Facilities, NFL

11/16/95
OAKLAND-ALAMEDA COUNTY COLISEUM BOARD GRANTS EXTENSION

The Warriors yesterday got an extension from the Oakland- Alameda County Coliseum Board to decide where they will play next season, according to the S.F. CHRONICLE. The team is in discussions with Col

Tags: Facilities, Golden State Warriors

11/16/95
PLANS FORMALLY REVEALED FOR A NEW BEARS STADIUM IN GARY

A group of Northwest IN business leaders, under the banner of "Northwest Indiana/Chicagoland Entertainment," yesterday announced plans for a 75,000-seat "futuristic" open-air stadium complex in Gary,

Tags: Chicago Bears, Facilities

11/16/95
READ THEIR LIPS: NO NEW TAXES FOR TAMPA STADIUM

FL legislators "have a message for Tampa area politicians who want to impose new taxes for a football stadium: Don''t waste our time," write Joe Henderson and Ken Koehn in the TAMPA TRIBUNE. State Sen

Tags: Facilities, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

11/15/95
THE NAME GAME: THEY'RE PLAYING IT IN MINNESOTA AS WELL

The efforts to sell the naming rights to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome will step up today when the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission hears recommendations from its marketing committee on su

Tags: Facilities, Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Vikings

11/15/95
WARRIORS ASKING THE OAKLAND COLISEUM BOARD FOR MORE TIME

With the deadline today for the Warriors to renew their lease with the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the team plans to ask the Coliseum Board for an extension until December 31, according to this m

Tags: Facilities, Golden State Warriors

11/15/95
STADIUM NOTES

The owners of the Mall of America are close to an agreement with the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission to buy Bloomington''s 53-acre Met Center site, once the home of the North Stars. The purc

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Dallas Stars, Facilities, Southwest Sports Group

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