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SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...

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06/18/98
MEDIA NOTES

U.S. OPEN: NBC kicks off 16 hours of U.S. Open coverage from 3:00-5:00pm ET today, with two more hours tomorrow. NBC has six hours of coverage on both Saturday and Sunday (Baltimore SUN, 6/18). In Bos

Tags: CBS, ESPN, NBA, NBC, NFL, Media, TBS/TNT, Time Warner, Viacom, Walt Disney

06/18/98
NAMES IN THE NEWS

BULL MARKET: Bulls F DENNIS RODMAN appeared on NBC''s "Tonight Show" last night. Rodman, on the Bulls: "PHIL [JACKSON] needs a contract, MICHAEL [JORDAN]''s going to get $40 million, SCOTTIE [PIPPEN]

Tags: Chicago Bulls, MLB, NASCAR, NBC, People and Pop Culture

06/18/98
AH, SEARED SHRIMP AND RACK OF LAMB: LIFE IS GOOD AT THE OPEN

Dozens of companies, from BankAmerica, TransAmerica, Pacific Bell and NationsBank to CA-based companies such as Callidus Software, PeopleSoft and Hartmann Studios, have each paid "more than" $120,000

Tags: Bank of America, Events and Attractions, NBC, USGA

06/18/98
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

RICHARD LYNCH, President & CEO of The Sports Authority, has been granted a 90-day leave of absence for "personal reasons." TSA Vice Chair MARTIN HANAKA will assume Lynch''s duties (WALL STREET JOURNAL

Tags: ESPN, NFL, Sports Illustrated, People and Pop Culture, The Sports Authority, Time Warner, USOC, Walt Disney

06/18/98
AFTER HEARING OFFERS, NEW BALANCE DECIDES TO STAY IN BOSTON

MA-based New Balance is scheduled to announce today that it has decided to remain in Boston and relocate its headquarters and local manufacturing to a redeveloped site in Brighton, according to Jennif

Tags: Finance

06/18/98
HURRICANES NAME THEIR PRICE: INPUT ON ARENA'S TITLE RIGHTS

The Hurricanes want "some control over the naming rights" in return for paying a $20M cost overrun "that threatens timely completion" of the Raleigh downtown arena, according to Steve Politi of the Ra

Tags: Carolina Hurricanes, Facilities, Gale Force Holdings

06/17/98
HITTING ITS STRIDE? ESPN MAG IS "CATCHING ON" WITH READERS

Eight issues into its run, ESPN Magazine "appears to be catching on with its target demo group" of men 18 to 34 years old, according to Lisa Granatstein of MEDIAWEEK. Although there is little "hard da

Tags: ESPN, Media, Walt Disney

06/17/98
SPECULATION DIFFERS AS TO USGA'S CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY

Moving to "end some of the controversy," the USGA is "expected today to set new guidelines curtailing certain fast-growing golf technology," at a press conference at the Olympic Club in San Francisco,

Tags: Acushnet, NBC, USGA

06/17/98
COORS SAYS HOME RUN FINALIST MUST WALK TALL, CARRY BIG STICK

Coors Brewing will select its five finalist for its July 10 $10M home run contest this week, according to Mike Klis of the DENVER POST. Coors Manager Corporate Communications Dave Taylor said the five

Tags: Los Angeles Dodgers, News Corp./Fox, Time Warner

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