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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 14

SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...

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05/20/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

Citing "a difference in style," Saints Owner Tom Benson fired Exec VP of Administration Jim Miller, who had been with the team since ''86 (N.O TIMES-PICAYUNE, 5/19).... Saturday''s "NBC Nightly News"

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Denver Nuggets, ESPN, Franchises, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Lakers, NBA, NBC, New Orleans Saints, News Corp./Fox, NFL, Orlando Magic, RDV Sports, Walt Disney

05/17/96
THEY'RE NO ANGELS? DISNEY CLEANS HOUSE IN ANAHEIM

Less than 24 hours after the Anaheim City Council approved a stadium renovation plan for the Angels, the team''s new ownership group, Walt Disney Co., "revamped" the Angels front office and said they

Tags: LA Angels, Anaheim Ducks, Anaheim Sports, Franchises, Minnesota Wild, MLB, Walt Disney

05/17/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

In addition to a relocation bonus of $20M, an NHL team moving to Nashville would receive all revenues from tickets, in- arena advertising and TV and radio revenues, 75% of gross parking revenue, 97.5%

Tags: Franchises, NHL, Pittsburgh Pirates

05/17/96
CALIFORNIA DREAMING: BUCS FLIRTING WITH CITY OF ANGELS

One day after Buccaneers officials announced they had reopened talks with Osceola County about building a new stadium in that area, the sons of team Owner Malcolm Glazer were in L.A., reportedly discu

Tags: Franchises, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

05/17/96
EMPTY SEATS WON'T CAUSE TIGERS TO LOWER TICKETS

Despite poor attendance at Tiger Stadium, team president John McHale says he has no plans to reduce ticket prices, according to John Lowe of the DETROIT FREE PRESS. Though the Tigers have a number of

Tags: Detroit Tigers, Franchises

05/17/96
BALTIMORE TEAM "RAVEN" ABOUT PSL PRICES

The Ravens announced their PSL policy and Baltimoreans learned "the NFL has gotten more expensive" than the days when Colts bleacher seats sold for $4, reports Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN. PSL pri

Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Franchises, Indianapolis Colts, NFL

05/16/96
PHILS ATTENDANCE WOES HAVE GILES CONCERNED

In an extensive piece in today''s PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Jayson Stark examines the "staggering" drop in Phillies attendance and its possible causes. The team''s 22% drop is the largest decrease of any

Tags: Comcast-Spectacor, Franchises, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Phillies

05/16/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

The Anaheim City Council voted 3-2 to keep the Angels in Anaheim for 20 years under the management of Disney (L.A. TIMES, 5/15)....The Spurs "most likely" will open upper-level seating for a possible

Tags: LA Angels, Anaheim Sports, Franchises, San Antonio Spurs, Utah Jazz, Walt Disney

05/16/96
BEACHED WHALERS STUCK IN HARTFORD FOR TWO MORE YEARS

The Whalers officially announced yesterday that they will honor their Civic Center lease and remain in Hartford through ''97-98, according to this morning''s HARTFORD COURANT. Owner Peter Karmanos sai

Tags: Franchises, NHL

05/16/96
SENATORS HOLD WORLD CUP RANSOM WITH 11,000-TICKET GOAL

In an effort to sell 11,000 season tickets next season, the Senators are using the World Cup of Hockey "as bait," since only Senators season-ticket holders will be guaranteed seats for September''s ga

Tags: Franchises, Ottawa Senators

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