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"It's kind of mind-blowing. We've gotten some attention before for interviews we've done, but to be in the middle of a controversy as it's occurring?" – Eric Bickel, of DC-based WJLA-FM's "Sports Junkies," on the attention the show has received from Toronto Mayor Rob Ford 's appe...
THE DAILY begins its examination of NHL club''s initial marketing slogans, mediums of advertising and key corporate sponsors. Today: The Atlantic Division (THE DAILY). TEAM: Florida Panthers SLOGAN: "
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NBC and Fox, both experiencing a decrease in their NFL football ratings, continue to question Nielsen Media Research''s sample base, according to Wayne Friedman of INSIDE MEDIA. Giles Lundberg, Fox Se
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is featured in the current issue of INSIDE MEDIA. In a Q&A with Brockinton & Reynolds, Bettman discusses the impact of the league''s TV deals with Fox and ESPN and the st
Dallas businessman John Spano''s purchase of a majority share in the Islanders for about $80M is "all but a done deal," according to Ken Moritsugu of NEWSDAY. Yesterday, Spano announced he has complet
In his column, "Stadium Rewards Outweigh Risks," HOUSTON CHRONICLE columnists calls for support of the sports facilities referendum Tuesday. Fowler: "Based on risk /reward analysis, the decision isn''
If being "controversial" were a sport, Nike would beat Reebok and other competitors in "testing consumer tastes -- and gullibility," according to Rowan Scarborough of the WASHINGTON TIMES. Advertising
Players Inc., the licensing and marketing arm of the NFLPA, has formed an advertising and marketing partnership with Gold''s Gym. As the "Official Gym Facility of the NFL Players," Gold''s Gym and Pla
NHL attendance is "not as robust as its news releases suggest," according to David Shoalts of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. Despite an NHL release showing an increase in average attendance so far in ''96,
Raptors President John Bitove, Jr. is "substantially closer" to obtaining the financing necessary to buy out partner Allan Slaight''s shares in the Raptors, according to Craig Daniels in the TORONTO S
TODAY: AFC Home Attendance Through Week 9 HOME ''96 YEAR-TO-DATE ''95 TIX REVENUE TEAM DATES AVG. %CAP TIX REVENUE AVG. +/- FROM ''95 IND^ 4 59,141 98% $32 $ 7,577,081 53,945 + $1,535,269 BAL^ 4 63,97
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