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Tennis Channel has extended its deal with Jim Courier , who will now appear as an analyst during Wimbledon and the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells ( Tennis Channel ). Excel Sports Management today announced that it has signed golfer Chris Williams for representation. Williams will make h...
The Blue Jays, hoping to make the team "appeal to the masses once again," considered changing uniform design for ''96, but were forbidden to do so by MLB, according to Marty York of the GLOBE & MAIL.
The NJ Sports and Exposition Authority recently sent 75,000 brochures to Jets and Giants season ticket holders and those on a waiting list to market their new 50 Club, an 800-seat luxury section to be
The Timberwolves, just one year removed from nearly moving to New Orleans and coming off seven losing seasons, are reporting increases in corporate sponsorahip dollars, TV ad sales, and single-game ti
Substitute referees who have been working NBA preseason games will likely open the NBA season as official game referees according to NBA Senior VP Jeff Mishkin. Mishkin: "As of right now, as much as w
Oakland County Developer and Consultant Lou Beer says he has been appointed to negotiate with the Lions to keep them in the Silverdome. But Lions COO Chuck Schmidt says he has received no official ind
"Whatever you can imagine, Nike wants to be it. Maybe ultimately they want to be a sports and entertainment conglomerate to compete with Disney or maybe even Time Warner." -- HBO''s Sonja Steptoe, aft
Raiders Owner Al Davis held a rare midseason press conference in Oakland yesterday to discuss the renovation of the Coliseum, the team''s marketing and the state of the NFL. Davis announced a new arch
An exhibit featuring past Olympic athletes with this year''s Olympic hopefuls, sponsored by Fuji, will be touring the nation from now until the ''96 Games. Fuji claims its "Images of Excellence" exhib
MA Gov. William Weld has decided against filing a "last- ditch" Megaplex bill, according to the BOSTON HERALD. Weld spokesperson Virginia Buckingham added, "We still reserve our rights for next year"
American marketers'' "new war for women''s wallets" is examined in the current U.S. NEWS. The article, which features campaigns from different sectors of industry, features Nike and Reebok''s battle i