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USOC Praises Boston 2024's Progress, But Notes Polling Numbers Are ConcerningPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 01 / 15
The USOC is sticking with Boston 2024 for now, but USOC Chair Larry Probst yesterday said the city’s bid to host the '24 Games must show dramatic gains in public approval. Probst and USOC CEO Scott Blackmun praised the Boston group’s progress, putting to rest speculation they might aband...
The Olympics will bring expanded coverage from two "media giants," Sports Illustrated and USA Today, which will create new publications especially for the Games. Emerson & Wisniewski of the ATLANTA CO
After Michael Jordan refused, Nike allegedly "waved millions" at Charles Barkley to get him to change his mind and play on Dream Team III (BOSTON GLOBE, 5/6)....UPS filmed new Olympic spots featuring
Yesterday in Washington, the Postal Service unveiled a series of Olympic-themed stamps under a previous agreement with Olympic officials. But in Atlanta, USOC Deputy Secretary General John Krimsky cal
ESPN''s "Cover Story" focused on the $30B a year equine industry and how it could be "devastated" because international horses entering the U.S. for the Olympic Games might bring with them a parasitic
THE DAILY continues its look at USOC licensees: TAG EXPRESS (Duluth, GA): Automotive tags and other accessories; UNIVERSE PUBLISHING (New York, NY): ''96 Wall calendar; VISIBLE INK (Detroit, MI): U.S.
Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin said Wednesday that in the wake of the arrest of two militiamen in GA, the Clinton Administration needs a "fully developed policy" on whether to make public any terrori
NBC has sold most of its ad time for the network''s 170-hour broadcast of the Games, according to Bruce Horovitz of USA TODAY. Demand for ad time "is so tight that the network has twice boosted its Ol
TAG EXPRESS (Duluth, GA): Automotive and other accessories; TERRY MANUFACTURING (Roanoke, AL): Adult and youth apparel; THE GAME (Columbus, GA): Adult and youth headwear; TOPLINE PRODUCTIONS INC. (Sea
Coca-Cola will air "up to 70" different commercials "just once in prime time" during the Games on NBC, according to AD AGE. Sources say Coca-Cola Senior VP/Chief Marketing Officer Sergio Zyman wants t
Atlanta officials are looking to close a loophole that allow buildings to become "huge advertising signs" during the Games, according to the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. A federal judge last year barred the