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Universal Sports Signs Deal With National Cable Television CooperativePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 18 / 14
Universal Sports today signed a distribution deal with the National Cable Television Cooperative, a group that represents around 900 small cable operators in carriage deals. Universal Sports previously had deals with NCTC members Google Fiber, Wave Broadband, GCI and Hawaiian Telecom. As part of the...
Newspaper heir Kevin McClatchy "presided over a media spectacle" in Pittsburgh Saturday, announcing that he beat a Friday deadline to put an ownership group together for the Pirates. The group include
In a count released Friday, the vote on a new stadium for the Mariners remained tight, with 235,591 in favor and 235,281 opposed. The official and final vote count will be released Friday, with 18,000
Spurs President Jack Diller said the team will continue to talk with the San Antonio City Council, despite the council''s opposition to renegotiating terms of the Alamodome lease. Asked if he was disa
The latest from Seattle: The tally of 36,000 absentee ballots yesterday has dropped the lead for approval of a new Mariners stadium to only 310 votes. About 15,000 ballots are yet to be counted. The r
Kevin McClatchy, the 32-year old heir to the McClatchy newspaper chain, is "expected to reveal today the three or four investors who may help him buy the Pirates," according to Steve Halvonik in today
In a presentation yesterday, the Spurs projected a $3.26M loss of ''95-96 while reporting earnings of $4.51M for the ''94-95 season (which includes more than $4M from the playoff alone), according to
The "long-awaited" sale of the L.A. Kings was completed last night, after the team declared Chapter 11 to allow the deal to be finished. The team was sold by LAK Acquisition Corp. -- headed by Jeffrey
MN Gov. Arne Carlson said yesterday that he still supports a plan to help the prospective owners of the Jets hockey team if they move them to Minnesota, according to Jay Weiner of the Minneapolis STAR
The long-awaited outcome of the vote to raise the sales tax in King County to help pay for a new Mariners stadium "was left in doubt" by an absentee ballot count that would not be completed until as l
Health care businessman Richard Burke "faces a daunting economic dilemma and a stressed political landscape" in moving the Jets to Minneapolis, according to Jay Weiner of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE.