Steelers' Villanueva Stars In Ad For USAA Octagon Formally Announces Rebrand HBO Moving Production Of "Ballers"? Mercedes-Benz Stadium Adds Scana As Partner Bevacqua Enthused By Response For Ryder Cup NHL Reportedly Set To Launch In-Arena App Chris Evert Places Boca Raton Estate On Market Syracuse Wrapping Up MetLife Stadium Deal LA 2024 Bid Gets $250M Guarantee From State Concerts Expected To Boost U.S. Grand Prix Crowds
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Military financial services company USAA is rolling out a new ad campaign featuring Steelers OT Alejandro Villanueva . The ad also stars Villanueva's wife and young son, depicting his transition as an Army Ranger to an NFLer. USAA will premiere the ad on TV during Sunday's slate of NFL games...
Speeding is encouraged, shootings are a common occurrence, offensive behavior is embraced and disturbing the peace is a way of life. Voiceover in the NHL Predators'' new TV spot und
Clear these dates: The movers and shakers of the sports industry will be at TEAMS 2002, October 26-29, in Chicago! Join Bob Costas, Mark Cuban, Tim Leiweke, Peter McLoughlin, Jim Steeg, Steve Miller a
Surfing''s Popularity Means Good Times For Quicksilver Business "is going so well" for CA-based surfwear manufacturer Quiksilver that the company yesterday beat Q3 earnings estimates by $0.03 per shar
Friday, September 13, 2002 The ORLANDO SENTINEL''s Scott Andera, referring to technology advances on broadcasts of sporting events, writes, "As video games strive to look like real life and game broa
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In Las Vegas, Richard Eng notes the Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Association (TOBA) "has floated an idea for a not-for-profit, televised racing series called the Thoroughbred Championship Tour, wher
THE DAILY monitored all ads run during CBS'' September 7 broadcast of the U.S. Open women''s finals between Serena and Venus Williams. The telecast earned a 5.2/10 final Nielsen rating, down 24% from
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 10:30pm ET 90-minute edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" (late due to Marshall-VA Tech football), led with updates on A''s-Angels, Giants-Padres and Dodgers-Rockies, followed b
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The following lists final Nielsen ratings from recent sports events (THE DAILY). EVENT DATE NET TIME RAT/SHR U.S. Open: Men''s Doubles 9/6 CBS 12:30-3:00pm 1.9/7 U.S. Open: V. Williams-Mauresmo 9/6 CB
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MLB: In N.Y., George King reports that the "first casualty of the Yankees'' financial belt-tightening is the cancellation of next week''s mini-camp in Tampa for minor league players," as the Yankees "
In N.Y., Keith Kelly reports that Golf Magazine Editor-in-Chief George Peper, who has held the position for 25 years, "is said to be in the rough." The magazine "came under control of AOL Time Warner