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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 14

SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...

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HUIZENGA SPEAKS PUBLICLY ON MARLINS FOR FIRST TIME IN MONTHS

Marlins Owner Wayne Huizenga said Wednesday that "he is not close to selling the Marlins and that he''s prepared to hold on to the team next season unless he receives an offer he deems acceptable," ac

Tags: Cablevision, Miami Marlins, Florida Panthers, Franchises

08/20/98
AS TENNIS' U.S. CROWN JEWEL LOOMS, ATP TOUTS SUMMER BOON

The ATP Tour summer''s season has seen a boost in attendance and TV viewer interest. The du Maurier Open in Toronto drew 119,688 during the week of August 3-9, breaking the ''86 attendance record by n

Tags: ATP, DaimlerChrysler, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Walt Disney

08/20/98
THE BASS MEN: SI TOUTS BASS FISHING AS THE NEXT NASCAR

"Despite a negligible live gate ... and zero live- television revenue," bass fishing "is attracting enough corporate sponsorship to make millionaires" out of a handful of anglers "and to provide a com

Tags: Coca-Cola, Events and Attractions, General Motors, Milwaukee Bucks, NASCAR, Sports Illustrated, Time Warner, Wal Mart, Wheaties

08/20/98
MEDIA NOTES

In Canada, Shaw Cable announced that it will carry the new CTV Sport Net (TORONTO SUN, 8/20)....The CFL Toronto Argonauts have lifted the TV blackouts of five of their six remaining home games. Report

Tags: Boston Bruins, CFL, ESPN, News Corp./Fox, Media, Walt Disney, WNBA

08/20/98
BUCCANEERING PAST TRENDS: CORPORATE SPONSORS SEEK OUT BUCS

adidas, which has an exclusive agreement with the Bucs to provide uniforms and sideline apparel, also has personal contracts with "several" Bucs players, including WR Karl Williams and S John Lynch, a

Tags: McDonalds, Reebok, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Nationals

08/20/98
NAMES IN THE NEWS

Boston Globe columnist MIKE BARNICLE resigned from the newspaper yesterday after "new questions arose over his credibility." He agreed to quit after "being unable to verify the facts" from an October

Tags: Dallas Stars, IMG, Los Angeles Dodgers, News Corp./Fox, Southwest Sports Group, People and Pop Culture

08/20/98
DOGGY DOG WORLD: ESPN SETS SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL AD CAMPAIGN

ESPN''s new "Sunday Night Football" ad campaign from OR- based Wieden & Kennedy is based on the painting, "Dogs Playing Poker." Spots began running this week in the new promo which features celebrity

Tags: ESPN, NBA, Walt Disney, Wieden Kennedy

08/20/98
CANADIAN BANK TO START MONEY-MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR ATHLETES

The Royal Bank of Canada is "preparing to launch a money-management program aimed specifically at professional athletes," according to Susanne Craig of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. Sources within the ban

Tags: Chicago Blackhawks, Finance, New York Giants, NHL

08/20/98
NLRB DELAYS WNBA UNION VOTE; ALLISON HODGES' ABL AIM IS TRUE

The NBPA''s "bid for a union vote by the WNBA players was delayed Wednesday" when league officials told the NLRB "they were not ready to proceed," according to an AP report in the DETROIT NEWS. The NL

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, WNBA

08/20/98
LEAGUE NOTES

In N.Y., Michael Lewis writes that the successor to U.S. Soccer President Alan Rothenberg "will certainly have one tough act to follow" as Rothenberg''s "influence on the federation and soccer politic

Tags: ESPN, IMG, Leagues and Governing Bodies, LPGA, MLS, NBA, NFL, Utah Jazz, Walt Disney

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