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NBC Will Air National Anthem For NFL Season Opener Sept. 7

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 23 / 17

NBC "will televise the playing of the national anthem at Gillette Stadium" for the Chiefs-Patriots NFL Kickoff on Sept. 7. NFL broadcast partners "typically do not show the playing of the national anthem” but they do around major games. The "question of which players will be standing and whic...

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Is The NHL Coming To K.C.?

Whalers Founder and former Penguins co-Owner Howard Baldwin “will begin the process of forming an ownership group” for an NHL franchise that would play in K.C.’s new Sprint Center, according to Randy

Tags: Carolina Hurricanes, Franchises, Hockey, NBA, NHL, Pittsburgh Penguins, Sprint

US-China Sport Summit In '05

The USOC announced the creation of the USA-China Sports Summit, an int’l multi-sport event to be held in Seattle in ’05, ’06 and/or ’07. The inaugural festival will be held June 8-12, 2005, at project

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Wednesday, July 28, 2004 Some Sydney Olympics venues are finding ways to justify their existence . Yuta Tabuse aiming to become first Japanese hoopster to crack the NBA. ...

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Closing Bell, July 28, 2004

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Wednesday, July 28, 2004 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell ...

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“I’m a strong believer in local ownership. But you also need somebody who knows what the heck they’re doing, and supposedly I do.” — Former Penguins co-Owner Howard Baldwin, who is looking to for

Bobcats Link Up w/ Local YMCA

The Bobcats and WNBA Sting are partnering with the YMCA of Greater Charlotte in which the teams will provide player appearances, in-arena marketing, game tickets, autographed merchandise, title sponso

Tags: Basketball, Charlotte Hornets, Franchises, NBA

Vikings Change Training Camp

At the Vikings’ training camp in Mankato, Minnesota, while “most practices will remain free, patrons will pay a parking fee for the first time and ticket prices for scrimmages will cost up to $20 per

Tags: Facilities, Football, Minnesota Vikings, NFL

Two K.C. Design Firms Merge

K.C.-based architecture firms Heinlein Schrock Stearns (HSS) and CDFM2 “are merging into one company called 360 Architecture,” according to Don Muret of SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. Principal architects Ge

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Under Armour Spot Going Long

Baltimore-based Under Armour’s attempt to “break through the clutter” of traditional 30-second spots with a 90-second in-house ad that broke during the ESPYs is examined by Nat Ives of the N.Y. TIMES.

Rapids Unveil Stadium Plans

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Tags: AEG, Colorado Rapids, Facilities, Home Depot, MLS, NFL, Soccer

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