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04/13/04
SBJ's In-Depth On TV Upfront

Television Upfront: Where Does Sports Fit In? While advertisers and Madison Avenue plan out their strategy around the upcoming primetime season, where does sports programming fit during the much-discu

Tags: Classified Advertisements

04/13/04
Marketplace Round-Up

N.Y. POST's "Page Six" reports outgoing YES Network Chair & CEO Leo Hindery secured a sponsorship deal with Four Seasons restaurant co-owner Julian Niccolini for his entry in the "24 Hours at Le Mans"

Tags: Baseball, Chicago White Sox, MLB, New York Yankees

04/13/04
Executive Transactions

CA-based adidas Golf named adidas America Head of Marketing N.A. JOHN KAWAJA as President, replacing ROBERT ERB, who left the company (BRANDWEEK, 4/12 issue)....The Sonics and Storm named Blue Jackets

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Columbus Blue Jackets, Golf, Motorsports, NBC, Seattle Storm, People and Pop Culture, Washington Nationals

04/13/04
Opening Of Citizens Bank Park

The Phillies played their first regular-season game at Citizens Bank Park yesterday afternoon in front of a crowd of 41,626 "weather-beaten fans, many of whom spent the better part of the day under co

Tags: Baseball, ESPN, Facilities, MLB, Philadelphia Phillies, Walt Disney

04/13/04
Closing Bell, April 13, 2004

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Tuesday, April 13, 2004 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell ...

Tags: Closing Bell

04/13/04
Reaction To Mickelson's Win

Phil Mickelson — who counts Ford, BearingPoint, Rolex, Titleist and Charles Schwab among his major sponsors — earned his first major championship this past weekend at The Masters. Mickelson'

Tags: Acushnet, Golf

04/13/04
No Headline

Tuesday, April 13, 2004 Architecture critic Inga Saffron reviews Citizens Bank Park . A look at Mike Weir ’s deals one year after his win at The Masters. ...

Tags: Hot Reads

04/13/04
No Headline

Octagon, a global sports marketing company, seeks Account Director for its consulting division to work on a high profile account. Responsibi ...

Tags: Classified Advertisements

04/13/04
Yankees Limit Group Sales

The Yankees have "decided to ban the sale of group tickets for the nine" Red Sox games and three Mets games at Yankee Stadium this season, limiting each purchase to four seats, according to Michael Si

Tags: Baseball, Boston Red Sox, Franchises, New York Mets, New York Yankees

04/13/04
No Headline

"I would probably yank you off the air." — CBS President Les Moonves, to David Letterman, who asked what would happen if the "Late Show," like The Masters, were aired without commercials (CBS, 4/

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