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Richard Sherman, Doug Baldwin Criticize NFL's Media, Sponsor Policies In SkitPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 26 / 14
Seahawks CB Richard Sherman "took issue with several NFL policies" during his weekly media availability Tuesday, including the league's sponsorship stance and its "decision last week to fine teammate Marshawn Lynch $100,000" for not talking to the press, according to Bob Condotta of ...
The NFL''s blackout policy is examined by C.W. Nevius of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Nevius: "Lots of ideas from the ''60s seemed like a good concept at the time ... [but] refusing to allow potential customer
The NBA has seven new advertisers for its World Wide Web site, NBA.com. New sponsors are: AmEx, AT&T, Champion Products, Electronic Arts, Excite, Konami, and Microsoft. Schick, the first-ever advertis
Showtime Networks Inc.''s annual pay-per-view survey reported that PPV revenues are expected to total $621M this year, with event coverage grossing $320M of that, according to Kim Mitchell of CABLE WO
Lifetime Network and The Marquee Group will coproduce four one-hour women''s sports specials, according to MEDIAWEEK. The shows will be more "feature-oriented than live-event coverage or interviews."
"Under mounting pressure from the satellite-television industry," Time-Warner is expected to announce it will spend $400-450M for new digital-TV set-top boxes that offer more channels and Internet acc
ESPNEWS signed Campbell''s Soup, Fila, Foot Locker, Holiday Inn and Pennzoil as network advertisers. They join Coors, General Motors, Levi Strauss, McDonald''s and P&G, all of whom signed on as charte
Officials at SportsChannel apologized Monday for airing too much of Dennis Rodman''s "profanity-laced commentary" after he was ejected from the Bulls-Raptors game on Sunday night. In his antics, Rodma
Princeton Video Image (PVI) is profiled in the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. The MLB Giants use PVI''s ad insertion technology for local home broadcasts and Jason Pearl, corporate sponsorship manager for the
Baton Broadcasting System, the CBC, Hamilton''s independent CHCH-TV, TSN and CTV''s new sports cable channel are all "interested in acquiring rights" to Blue Jays games, according to William Houston i
NBC Cable & Business Development President Tom Rogers is "shedding" many of his international responsibilities to focus on new media and new business development. Rogers says he will focus on further