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NBC Launches NASCAR Coverage With New Advertising Partners, Creative Approaches

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 02 / 15

Promising to approach NASCAR with a fresh set of eyes from a production and commentary perspective, NBC Sports has taken the same approach with ad sales, finding new partners and approaches as its NASCAR coverage launches this weekend. The net, which kicks off its 10-year, $4.4B NASCAR deal with Sat...

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