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Van Wagner Sports Makes Minority Investment In Winik's CineSport05 / 17 / 13
Marketing and sales outfit Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment has made a low seven-figure, minority equity investment in CineSport, a New Jersey-based online sports video company. CineSport, founded and run by former NBA exec Gregg Winik, provides video content to many local and national news org...
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