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"I just wanted to get everybody in a room and play that unbelievable scene from 'Good Will Hunting' when Robin Williams says, 'It's not your fault. It's not your fault.' These people did not screw up" – Author James Andrew Miller , on the recent layoffs at ESPN ( SLATE.com, 4/27 ). ...
Approximately 2,900 tickets remained for Sunday's Titans-Colts game as of the NFL's 72-hour deadline, meaning the game will not be televised locally, according to Mike Chappell of the INDIANAPOLIS STA
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By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large, The Sports Business Daily Interpublic Sports & Entertainment (IPSEG) Group Chair Mark Dowley is in the early stages of setting up an independent sports and entertainm
As THE DAILY closes the book on Volume IX and embarks on year ten, we would like to thank all of you for reading all of our editorial offerings including Morning Buzz and Closing Bell an
ESPN "SportsCenter" anchor Stuart Scott last Sunday night used the term "pimp slap" to "describe how the Raiders beat the Titans in last year's playoffs," according to Andrew Marchand of the N.Y. POST
Vodafone "has dropped [Real Madrid MF] David Beckham from its latest advertising campaign in a bid to appeal to older people," according to Patrick Sawyer of the London EVENING STANDARD. Beckham, who
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The THAILAND NATION reports that the founding sponsors of the ’03 ATP Thailand Open are expecting to spend more than $2.5M to “win the custom of local tennis fans.” Samsung Electronics, one of the founding sponsors, will invest “over [$736,990] in sponsorship fees as well as other marketing act ...
"Wait a minute. Whatever happened to gin in a brown paper bag?" David Letterman, on Snapple becoming the official beverage of N.Y. ("Late Show," 9/11).
Broncos RB Clinton Portis has signed agent Drew Rosenhaus "to help him land the big-money contract that eventually will be coming his way," according to Adam Schefter of the DENVER POST (DENVER POST,