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ESPN drew 2.17 million viewers for “Rand University” on Nov. 11, marking the net’s best documentary audience since the premiere of “The Book Of Manning” on Sept. 24, 2013 and eighth-best documentary audience since the “30 for 30” project began in ’09. ...
Fox is "approaching a sellout of advertising time" on its January 31 Super Bowl telecast from Miami, according to Skip Wollenberg of the AP. Despite a "whopping" 23% increase in the price of a 30-seco
Jaguars Owner Wayne Weaver and his wife Delores "are putting their hearts and their imagination -- as well as their money -- into their giving," according to Kerry Dolan of FORBES. The Weavers are wor
Boston City Council members spoke out against the Red Sox'' "controversial move to oust pushcart vendors" from outside Fenway Park and "vowed to play hardball on behalf of the sellers," according to A
The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority has "taken the offensive" against the Warriors by filing an $11M legal claim against the club, according to Laura Counts of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE. Basketbal
On ESPN''s "Outside the Lines: The World of the Gay Athlete," Greg Garber examined the impact on an athlete''s marketability if they go public with their homosexuality. Garber said that according to a
Bills QB Doug Flutie is "joining" Buffalo-based Fowler''s Chocolates to create the Flutie Flakes candy bar, "which combines milk chocolate and, of course, pieces of Flutie Flakes," according to Sharon
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The Mavericks have hired DDB Needham to "front a new image campaign for [them] -- if and when the lockout ... gets resolved," according to Glen Fest of ADWEEK. DDB Needham will handle "increased broad
The CBA expansion Trenton Shooting Stars have followed the lead of a St. Louis team and "jumped to the upstart IBL" to become the league''s 10th team, according to Jed Weisberger of the Trenton TIMES.
Several Cleveland City Council members yesterday "prodded" Browns Owner Al Lerner to commit to paying for overruns on the new stadium if the price exceeds $293M, according to Alison Grant of the Cleve