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2014 SBJ/SBD Reader Survey Seeks Your Input On Sports BusinessPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 24 / 14
It’s time to make your opinion known as the 10th annual SportsBusiness Journal/SportsBusiness Daily Reader Survey is underway. The survey features 100 questions across leagues, teams, facilities, sponsorship, media, and more. Some of the questions that you will find in this year's survey are...
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Some limited partners of the Reds "are concerned" with the "perks" in Steve Schott''s offer to buy team CEO Marge Schott''s shares of the team which include allowing her "to retain her field-level box
The Cubs have added "about" 48 seats this year near the visitor''s bullpen in Wrigley Field, taking away some of the right-field line foul territory. The seats are not for sale, but will go to VIPs, C
THE GREAT OUTDOORS: CBS MARKETWATCH''s John Thorsberg profiled Quokka Sports and Mountain Zone, adventure sports sites that are "cybercasting to audiences drawn to outdoor sports as participants and o
U.S. Women''s national soccer team member Julie Foudy appears in a new 30-second Bud Light spot from DDB Needham, Chicago titled "Reflex Action." The ad opens with Foudy waiting in an examination room
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Although the NFL has "achieved unprecedented popularity," the league "is not complacent, which seems to set it apart from other" professional sports leagues, according to Roger Rubin of THESTREET.com.
The 76ers will give away up to 5,000 "Alien Iversons," a "twisted version" of Beanie Babies and a "parody" of G Allen Iverson, to children 12 and under who attend Friday''s game at the First Union Cen
The Red Sox unveiled three new ads on Fenway Park''s right-field wall, one above the centerfield "triangle" and rotational signage behind home plate, at yesterday''s home opener. In Boston, Shira Spri
IS THERE PEACOCK ENVY? USA TODAY''s Rudy Martzke writes that NBC Sports and Turner Sports execs "debunk" a report that their proposed football league "might be scrapped" (See THE DAILY, 4/12). Turner
Giants QB Kerry Collins is seeking $7M in damages from sportswear company Logo 7, claiming the company "agreed to pay him" $3.5M to endorse its products, "then dumped him because of concern over his o
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