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"I just wanted to get everybody in a room and play that unbelievable scene from 'Good Will Hunting' when Robin Williams says, 'It's not your fault. It's not your fault.' These people did not screw up" – Author James Andrew Miller , on the recent layoffs at ESPN ( SLATE.com, 4/27 ). ...
By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large, The Sports Business Daily The History Channel took the wraps off a two-year, $2M marketing alliance with the NBA today at the NBA Store in Manhattan. Under the deal,
Velocity Sports & Entertainment continues to grow and is seeking sponsorship consulting candidates at multiple levels to service our blue chip clients. Candidates should have a minimum 4 years relevan
CBS' 14-week college football coverage averaged a 3.3/8 national Nielsen rating, up 18% over last year's 2.8/7, marking the net's best college football season since a 3.7/10 in '99. Saturday night's c
ADIDAS: adidas-Salomon Head of Global Marketing ERICH STAMMINGER will add the title of adidas America President & CEO, and will relocate to the company's U.S. HQs in Portland. Stamminger replaces adid
See this week’s issue of SportsBusiness Journal as well as www.sportsbusinessjournal.com for these stories and more. THIS WEEK'S HEADLINES ...
NEW YORK, NEW YORK: Sports Illustrated is moving SI.com's editorial base of operations from Atlanta to the magazine's HQs in N.Y., effective February 6. Night and weekend news coverage will continue t
The Lingerie Bowl, a PPV event sponsored by Dodge to air opposite CBS' Super Bowl halftime show, has been "toned down" after consumer and women's groups "denounced the game as distasteful and sexist"
San Diego Mayor Dick Murphy said yesterday that he told NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue in a private meeting Saturday that if the Chargers "want to stay in San Diego, `they're going about it in the wr
At the Credit Suisse First Boston Media & Telecom conference yesterday, Cox officials discussed "their ongoing debate over sports programming costs that the operator says are driven up by" ESPN, accor
Wednesday, December 10, 2003 Examination of the financial state of European soccer teams. Louisiana legislators each get six Sugar Bowl tickets . ...
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