Auburn Coaches, AD Give Students Donuts Patriots Honor '01 Championship Team Jets' Johnson Could Be Ambassador To U.K. Selig, Schuerholz Elected To HOF U.S. Soccer Addressing Future Of Lower Tiers MLB Winter Meetings Start Today MLB, UA To Unveil Uniform Deal Asics Named Official Partner Of IAAF NHLPA Rejects Offer To Let Players Go To Olympics
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The NFL "as expected" flexed the Dec. 18 Buccaneers-Cowboys game to primetime on NBC's "SNF." The Cowboys "will become the first team in history to play four consecutive night games" ( STAR-TELEGRAM.com, 12/4 ). The NFL and NFLPA appointed veteran arbitrator Shyam Das as a third arb...
A Bigger Slice Of Pie As NFL postpones vote on playoff expansion, some speculate league eyeing TV rights fee renegotiation. Let Me Be Me Is Ty Votaw''s fan-friendly initiative lacking buy-in of LPGA''
Rockies Get Snowed Under By The Weather The blizzard in the Denver area last week "slowed Opening Day sales considerably" for the Rockies, according to Sam Adams of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, who notes
TBS announced a new approach for its 90 Braves telecasts this season, as the net intends to present viewers with a more national feel to Braves telecasts by providing more balanced coverage and analys
Disney and DirecTV "reached a truce" yesterday, and DirecTV will continue to carry the ABC Family Network and "other Disney-owned networks." DirecTV "threatened to drop" the ABC Family Channel by the
RBS Prepares For Major Push The AP''s Doug Ferguson examines the PGA Tour sponsorship efforts of several banks, and wrote Germany-based Deutsche Bank is leveraging partnerships with Tiger Woods and th
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Stadler Pitching Smith & Wollensky Smith & Wollensky, "the steakhouse with an increasingly national presence, is using a play on ''walrus'' as the centerpiece" of a new TV and print campaign, which wi
MLB clubs considering their own RSNs are "challenged by a weak ad economy and cost-conscious cable operators wary of new channels and higher programming costs," according to Michael Freeman of MEDIAWE
In Tampa, Tony Fabrizio notes with Toyota set to enter the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series next year, Roush Racing Owner Jack Roush indicated that while the company "will bring new sponsors and generate