Brickyard 400 Rebounds From Low '15 Audience Bettman Denies CTE-Concussions Link Big Ten's Delany Hints At Retirement SMU Spending $150M On New Football Facilities HBO's "Real Sports" Hones In On IOC MLS Execs Hosting Technology Event In San Jose Jordan Breaks Silence On Recent Social Unrest Sale Says White Sox Put Business Ahead Of Winning Borders Addresses WNBA Fines Yahoo Sports To Use Current Name For Now
NBCSN Draws NASCAR’s Best Cable TV Audience Since '14 Cup FinalePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 16
NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 on Sunday rebounded from record-low viewership last year to post the Sprint Cup event’s best audience since '13, as well as NBCSN's best audience on record. The race from Indianapolis Motor Speedway also marked the best Cup race on cable TV since the season finale ...
YankeeNets Told To Pay Up Seeing support wane for public aid for a Newark arena, NJ Gov. McGreevey puts onus on YankeeNets to make deal work. Less Cloudy Along Foggy Bottom MLB makes strongest stateme
MLB President & COO Bob DuPuy yesterday made the "strongest statement yet regarding" the Washington, DC, area''s chances to land an MLB team, according to Zuckerman & Fisher of the WASHINGTON TIMES. D
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said that Senators Chair Rod Bryden "is continuing his search for limited partner units" that went on sale two months ago, according to Bruce Garrioch of the OTTAWA SUN.
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The ARIZONA DAILY STAR''s Greg Hansen reported that the Univ. of AZ (UA) "has enlisted a group of about 125 community leaders (and staff members) to help sell football tickets in Tucson and in Phoenix
NJ Gov. James McGreevey yesterday told "top executives" with YankeeNets that if it "wants a new arena in Newark, it is going to have to pay ... at least $50 million more," according to Futterman & Jor
Though the Red Wings and Pistons both earned postseason berths, the Red Wings "dominate the winter sports market" in Detroit, according to Michael Rosenberg of the DETROIT FREE PRESS. Rosenberg writes
TSN will "become a major producer of [NHL] content next season 60 regular-season games, 30 playoff games and its regional" Maple Leafs package, according to William Houston of the Toronto GLOBE
Fans Choose Not To Support MLB Teams With Losing Records More evidence today of the challenges facing leagues and teams in getting people out to the park or arena. MLB finds its early-season attendanc
DC Mayor Anthony Williams said yesterday that he is "optimistic" the city "will have [an MLB] team on Opening Day next season," according to Asher & Timberg of the WASHINGTON POST. Williams: "I really