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Bornstein, Hill, Ebersol, Stern Talk Development Of Sports TV Over The Past 30 YearsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 18 / 14
NFL Exec VP/Media STEVE BORNSTEIN , former NBC Sports Group Chair DICK EBERSOL , Fox Sports Media Group CEO DAVID HILL and former NBA Commissioner DAVID STERN -- four of the biggest names in sports TV over the past 30 years -- reminisced earlier this week during the Sports Video Group's a...
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Longtime Chicago Tribune MLB writer JEROME HOLTZMAN wrote his final column on Sunday. He will join MLB''s Commissioner''s Office in a newly created position as MLB''s Official Historian (CHICAGO TRIBU
Se Ri Pak has signed a multi-year deal with Maxfli to play the Maxfli Revolution golf ball and place a Maxfli logo on her headwear (Maxfli). In St. Pete., Bob Harig cites one exec who said that the th
Canadiens & Molson Centre President Ronald Corey "dropped a bombshell" Monday in announcing his resignation from the team he has been with for 17 years, according to Pat Hickey of the Montreal GAZETTE
Arbitrator George Nicolau ruled that former NBA agent Steve Woods, who "was critical of the union during the lockout," is no longer "allowed to represent NBA players," according to Tim Tucker of the A
The Oilers announced Monday that they have sold 13,036 season tickets, "just more than" the 13,000 minimum required for them to receive US$2.5M from the NHL''s Canadian currency equalization program,
Kemper Financial Services will increase the purse of next year''s PGA Tour''s Kemper Open by 20%, to $3M, and is "instituting a program by which" the event winner would get the "opportunity to sign a
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The Hawks'' average ticket price for seats at Philips Arena next season -- not including VIP seats -- will be $41, "equal to the NBA average," according to Jeffrey Denberg of the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION.
The NBA named JEFFREY POLLACK to the newly created position of VP/Marketing & Corporate Communications. Pollack, who founded THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY in ''94, has been a communications consultant to
Isiah Thomas is "negotiating to purchase controlling interest in the CBA" with the new structure "in place" for the 2000-01 season, according to sources of Nate Trela of the Ft. Wayne NEWS-SENTINEL. T
Former Fila Apparel Division Product Manager KEITH ASKENAS has been named IBL Dir of Merchandising and Licensing, to be based in Baltimore, according to Heather Skale of the WASHINGTON TIMES. Askenas