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Sources: ESPNU Studio Ops Moving To Bristol As Part Of LayoffsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 26 / 17
A source said that as part of the layoffs at ESPN, the net is "moving its ESPNU studio operation from Charlotte to Bristol." A few ESPNU positions "will remain in Charlotte, primarily the people responsible for producing the large number of events that air on the channel." In total, fewer than 10 pe...
In L.A., Billy Witz reports that GMS Realty "was unable to reach a deal to gain control" of a potential NFL stadium site in Carson, CA, by Wednesday's league-mandated deadline (see THE DAILY, 9/9), bu
EXPOS: In a press conference in San Juan yesterday, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig "stopped short" of saying the Expos would return to Puerto Rico next season. Selig: "I came down here yesterday knowing i
On September 18th and 19th, Stanford Athletics and Stanford Law School will be hosting a Sports Law Conference featuring Sports Law industry leaders such as Sandy Alderson from MLB, Elsa Cole from the
While CART's BOD last month declined a buy-out offer of $0.50 per share from Open Wheel Racing Series (OWRS) (see THE DAILY, 8/19), the board and OWRS announced yesterday that they have come to terms
NASCAR has signed a deal with Canadian TV broadcaster Craig Media to televise 12 live Nextel Cup Series races for the '04 and '05 seasons, marking the first time races in NASCAR's top series will be b
Thursday, September 11, 2003 Ohio State- Maurice Clarett situation exposes flaws in college sports. One columnist wonders what will it take to get fans to a Devil Rays game. ...
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In a special insert in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Chris Ballard ranks the top 20 college sports towns. On the system used to rank the towns, Ballard notes, "You could measure it by the number of face-painted tailgaters hooked up to kegs as if to IVs, or by the biting wit of students taunt ...