Warriors Switch Flagship Station To KGMZ Penn State, EON Sports Launch VR Channel Domain Names Filed For Las Vegas Desert Knights World Baseball Classic Returns To Dodger Stadium Mark McClusky Named Digital Editor Of SI Group Venus Williams To Star In New Amex Ads Lazarus Says Rio A Financial Success For NBC McIlroy Not Rushing Equipment Decision Fox, SI Reach Digital Content Partnership U.S. Soccer Suspends, Terminates Solo's Contract
Warriors Switch Flagship Radio Station To KGMZ Starting This SeasonPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on
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...
NAMES & FACES: While N.Y.-based Pacific Pools on Saturday bid $14,389.89 on eBay for a skirt patch sponsorship deal with pro bowler Kim Adler, Adler said that she is "allowed to have one more sponsor.
Thursday, September 5, 2002 The PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER''s Bill Lyon writes under the header, "The Sports World Must Remember Sept. 11," that the anniversary of the terrorist attacks "comes at us like t
Tags: Hot Reads
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, September 5, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Sept 4, 2002 Sept 3, 2002 Aug 30, 2002 Aug 29, 2002 Aug 28, 2002 • MLB Owner
Tags: Closing Bell
A''s Win Again In The Bottom Of The Ninth MLB: In S.F., Susan Slusser notes that last night''s Royals-A''s game in which the A''s earned their 20th straight victory drew a crowd of 55,52
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman appeared on MSG''s "Angles" last night and discussed several issues facing the league, including labor. Bettman, on MLB''s labor settlement: "I''m not sure there are too
Major Issues For Minor Leagues In a special report by THE DAILY, execs and analysts discuss the changing face of minor league hockey. See You In Court Judge denies Cablevision''s motion to dismiss YES
In Atlanta, Al Levine writes that "with a month to go in its fiscal recruiting year," the Air Force has already surpassed its goal of 37,000 new servicemen, "thanks in part to the visibility" from its
Orioles Owner Peter Angelos said yesterday that he has "received no promise" from MLB Commissioner Bud Selig that the Orioles "will remain the only major-league franchise in the Baltimore-Washington a
CHANGES AT CALLAWAY: Callaway Golf announced Chief of New Products RICHARD HELMSTETTER has agreed to expand his duties and assume leadership of the company''s Product Management function, which was es
NASCAR Hopes Fittipaldi Will Fuel Its Latin Push NASCAR is "making a major push to attract more Hispanics" to stock car racing, according to Jerry Bonkowski of ESPN.com, who noted Brazilian Christian