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Warriors Switch Flagship Radio Station To KGMZ Starting This Season

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The Warriors and Entercom-owned KGMZ-FM have entered into a multiyear agreement to make the station the team's new radio flagship. Expanded Warriors programming includes an additional 60 minutes of coverage to each of the existing 30-minute pre- and postgame programs and heightened in-season daily c...

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Sports Execs On Richest List

FORBES recently released its annual "400 Richest People in America." The following shows those from that list who have sports interests (FORBES, 9/30 issue). RK PERSONALITY WORTH SPORTS INTEREST 1) Bi

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EMMY WINNERS: At the Academy of TV Arts & Sciences'' Creative Arts Awards on Saturday night, NBC won six Emmys for its coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the Salt Lake Games. NBC won for choreography

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Magic Highlight City Of Orlando In Promo Efforts Two themes continue to be prevalent in team marketing and outreach this year: A focus on connecting with the community and showing consumers that they

NFL Team News & Notes

The Colts "won''t be bolting Indianapolis for the West Coast any time soon," according to Sam Farmer of the L.A. TIMES. One "influential NFL owner" said, "There is no appetite for accommodating [Colts

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Suns Solicit Consumer Feedback

The Suns "are facing one of the most difficult periods in their nearly 35-year history," according to Craig Harris of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC, who reported that since ''97-98, attendance has dropped 14%,

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Leonsis: Caps In Good Shape

Capitals Owner and AOL Vice Chair Ted Leonsis said that AOL''s "declining stock value amid federal probes into its business dealings will have no bearing on the team''s finances," according to Jason L

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Penguins To Use Variable Pricing

The Penguins are looking at "variable pricing" this season and "are reserving the option to raise prices" by $5 for certain games, according to Dave Molinari of the PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE. Games targ

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Chargers Eye Corporate Support

Few corporate execs in San Diego "seem willing to publicly back the Chargers'' push for a new stadium," according to Norberto Santana of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. San Diego Super Bowl Host Committe

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Closing Bell, September 16, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Monday, September 16, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Sept 13, 2002 Sept 12, 2002 Sept 11, 2002 Sept 10, 2002 Sept 9, 2002 • ConAgr

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Monday, September 16, 2002 The WASHINGTON TIMES'' Eric Fisher reports on corporate sponsorships and writes that while they have been "long an integral part of professional sports," they have "never be

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