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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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SPONSORS JOIN NTRA AND TV PARTNERS FOR A DAY AT THE RACES

At the 25th annual Symposium on Racing in Tucson, AZ, the NTRA announced the addition of new sponsors for the ''99 season and the establishment of a points and bonus system for the "NTRA Champions on

Tags: ATT, ESPN, News Corp./Fox, NTRA, Walt Disney

12/14/98
TAGLIABUE SEES REPLAY'S RETURN IN '99, NOT '98

NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said the league "probably will" have instant replay next season, but the "question''s going to be whether it''s a coaches'' challenge system or some other type of syste

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

12/14/98
WATER FALLING OVER THE NCAA'S BACK: PEPSI BRAND GETS DEAL

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Tags: CBS, NCAA, PepsiCo, Viacom

12/14/98
IOC RUBBING SALT LAKE IN THE WOUND: GAMES NOT LEAVING UTAH

The 2002 Winter Olympics "will not be taken away" from Salt Lake City following an "international controversy over corruption and bribery in the Olympic movement," according to Mike Gorrell of the SAL

Tags: IOC, Olympics, SLOC, USOC

12/14/98
FACILITY NOTES

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Tags: Boston Red Sox, Facilities, San Antonio Spurs, San Francisco Giants

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MEDIA NOTES

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Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, ESPN, NASCAR, San Francisco 49ers, Media, Walt Disney

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FOX SPORTS CHICAGO FACES ITS DEMONS; INKS NEW DEAL W/DEPAUL

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Tags: News Corp./Fox, Media

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CT FEELING PATRIOTIC: STATE FINALIZES DEAL WITH PATRIOTS

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Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Franchises, New England Patriots, NFL

12/14/98
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Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NBC, NHL

12/14/98
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Tags: Champ Car World Series, McDonalds, NASCAR, R J Reynolds

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