College Bowl Season Set To Begin, Including New Game In MontgomeryPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 19 / 14
The ’14-15 college bowl season kicks off tomorrow with five games. Financial documents filed this summer by New Orleans Bowl Inc. indicated that last year's R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl generated $3.77M in revenue, with 58% of that via ticket sales. Last year's game drew its third straigh...
In Denver, Lynn DeBruin wrote that John Elway is "downplaying his interest" in joining an L.A. NFL expansion bid group. Elway: "The media has it a lot further ahead than it is, much, much, much furthe
In Chicago, Steve Rosenbloom writes that the Pacers- Knicks game on Saturday "drew so many celebs," that MSG execs had "to move some names into the cheaper seats." When VANESSA WILLIAMS heard that "sh
The Track and Field Association (TFA) held its first and only meet this year at N.Y.''s 12,000-seat Mitchel Athletic Complex yesterday, and was designed to "encourage athletes, television networks and
In his "Boardroom Sports" column, DEAN BONHAM lists six women who "are making their mark" in the business of sports: FedEx Manager of Sports & Event Marketing NANCY ALTENBURG, who has been "instrument
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig said Friday that he still feels "strongly" about interleague play, according to John Shea of the S.F. EXAMINER. Selig added that it might be time to "rotate the divisions,"
Tags: LA Angels, Anaheim Sports, Anheuser Busch, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB, New York Mets, New York Yankees, News Corp./Fox, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, SportsLine.com, Walt Disney, YankeeNets
Coaches in the "media-savvy" NBA are "widely considered to be the best-dressed in the world," as they wear suits by "some of the most trend-setting designers on the market," according to Chris Broussa
NBC tennis analyst John McEnroe writes in a N.Y. TIMES Op-Ed that the WTA Tour players "are carrying the promotional load and bringing the fans through the turnstiles. They should be paid accordingly.
In the third part in the series on the state of the LPGA Tour, GOLFWEEK''s Lisa Antonucci writes that while Commissioner Ty Votaw has "pledged to encourage more player involvement with the promotion o
T.J. NELLIGAN, the "sales chief for NCAA sponsorship agency Host Communications, has left after eight years, likely to start his own sports marketing practice," according to sources of Terry Lefton of
The "growing trend of corporate marketing via [PGA Tour] players'' wardrobes is at least worth watching and maybe worth worrying about," according to Joe Logan of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. But Logan