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The NTRA has signed a licensing agreement with CA-based CompuRace, which provides digitized video race replays to racetracks and casinos. The deal grants CompuRace the use of the NTRA logo and identif
The City of Denver plans to give the 80-acre Broncos stadium site to the six-county stadium district for $1, even though the land has been valued at $40M, according to Ann Imse of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN N
As of now, it looks as if Gart Sports "has the upper hand" in the bidding for The Sports Authority, as Venator Group''s stock drop "is depressing the value of its all-stock offer," according to David
An "unwritten rule" that lets fans "avoid the high price of Veterans Stadium beer is under review" by Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell''s office, according to Don Russell of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS.
The crowd of 46,374 for Sunday''s Patriots-49ers exhibition game was the smallest to see a 49ers game, exhibition or regular season, since a strike-replacement game against the Cardinals in ''87. It w
Attendance figures for the first-year WNBA Mystics "are nothing short of amazing -- not far behind the NBA Wizards and downright even with" the Capitals, according to Marc Fisher on the front page of
The Pirates'' new ballpark "will be named after a Fortune 500 company with operations in Pittsburgh, according to a letter from the team." MLB Commissioner Bud Selig will be in Pittsburgh''s Clemente
The Bucs'' first four regular-season home games "sold out Sunday within hours after the team placed individual game tickets on sale," according to Rick Stroud of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. Tickets for
SPORTS MARKETING: Fan Development, Endorsements, Game- Day Promotions, Advertising, Event Marketing, PR, Licensing -- it''s all part of the world of sports marketing. In the September 28 issue we''ll
The NBA and NBPA will meet for the first time in more than a month on Thursday and Jeffrey Denberg writes on ESPN SportsZone that "there may be a significant crack in the union''s hard-line stance ove