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Sources: ESPNU Studio Ops Moving To Bristol As Part Of LayoffsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 26 / 17
A source said that as part of the layoffs at ESPN, the net is "moving its ESPNU studio operation from Charlotte to Bristol." A few ESPNU positions "will remain in Charlotte, primarily the people responsible for producing the large number of events that air on the channel." In total, fewer than 10 pe...
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, October 16, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell ...
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"How could I not have a feeling for that team? How could I not root for them? We signed almost all of them." Red Sox Owner John Henry, on the Marlins, a team he used to own (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 10
While the Hurricanes lost 25% of their season ticket base from last season, the team "posted gains in the corporate sponsorship column," according to Kim Nilsen of the TRIANGLE BUSINESS JOURNAL. All o
Prospective Dodgers Owner Frank McCourt "has no immediate plans to demolish" Dodger Stadium, according to a source cited by the BOSTON HERALD's Macero & Van Voorhis, who note McCourt more likely "woul
The 19.8/29 for Game Seven of the NLCS marks the highest overnight Nielsen rating for an LCS game since at least '90, but the Marlins' win over the Cubs means Fox' torrid ratings run is probably over.
Under his new five-year deal to continue driving for Dale Earnhardt Inc., Dale Earnhardt Jr. "owns the rights to his own name now," according to Ed Hinton of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. Earnhardt Jr.: "It s
The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Thursday, October 16, 2003 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz ...
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SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL offers part two of a three part series titled "2003 League Report Card," a survey of sports sponsors to assess their level of satisfaction with their sports partners. From July
While the "schedule is not final," the FIA "released a retooled 2004 calendar with [the Canadian Grand Prix] pencilled in on its traditional date in early June," according to Jeff Pappone of the Toron
Tip-Off (#1) Key league sponsors A-B, Southwest Airlines and Foot Locker to activate around NBA's inaugural Premiere Week. Make Room For One More (#11) Expansion Bobcats prompt NBA's planned realignme