Featured Story

Network News Shows Cover NFL's New Domestic Violence Policy

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 14

The NFL's new, tougher policy on domestic violence  was teased in the opening segments of CBS' and NBC's evening news shows, and all three network news programs aired reports. NBC led its broadcast with the new policy, with NBC's Lester Holt noting the "outcry was loud and it was heard," as ...

Read More

More Stories

05/21/98
PHIL GARNER GIVES HANK THE YANK IN NEW BREWERS AD CAMPAIGN

Four new 30-second TV spots for the Brewers, produced by WI-based Kohnke & Hanneken, "make you smile," according to Bob Wolfley of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. In one spot, called "Hit the Showers,

Tags: Milwaukee Brewers

05/21/98
SFX-UAL HEALING: IS SILLERMAN ONE OF NBA'S THREE VIP'S?

SFX Chair ROBERT SILLERMAN, whose company recently purchased FAME, is now one of the "three most important suits in the NBA," along with Commissioner DAVID STERN and DAVID FALK, according to Shaun Ass

Tags: Clear Channel/SFX Sports, ESPN, NBA, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

05/21/98
FROM THE X FILES: BROWN WANTS SUMMER GAMES IN SAN FRANCISCO

S.F. Mayor Willie Brown "wants to lay claim" to the X Games, and "is pulling out all stops to land" them in his city in ''99 and 2000, according to Chuck Finnie of the S.F. EXAMINER. Brown said the X

Tags: ESPN, Events and Attractions, Walt Disney

05/21/98
THE DAILY AND FOX SPORTS/TMG POLL CHART SPONSOR ACCEPTANCE

THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY and the Fox Sports/TMG Poll asked 1,133 Americans and Canadians ages 12+ in the month of April to rate how "acceptable" it is for a company to sponsor each of the following i

Tags: News Corp./Fox, The Back of the Book

05/21/98
DON'T DRINK THE WATER, OR EAT THE PEANUTS OR CRACKER JACKS

An "Inside Edition" undercover investigation "found serious food safety problems at [MLB] parks all across the country," according to Matt Meagher. "IE" visited 15 MLB parks, and shot hidden-camera fo

Tags: Aramark, Facilities, MLB

05/21/98
FORCE OF HAB-IT: TSN GRABS CANADIENS RIGHTS TO STAY IN NHL

The Canadiens and Canadian junior hockey each "wrapped up significant" TV deals yesterday, but the Maple Leafs'' regional TV picture "isn''t cleared up yet," according to Lance Hornby of the TORONTO S

Tags: Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Montreal Canadiens, NHL, Media, Toronto Maple Leafs

05/21/98
THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY SEEKS STAFF WRITER

THE DAILY is seeking an entry-level staff writer who will be responsible for the newsgathering, writing and editing of each issue of THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY. Applicants should have an excellent know

Tags: Classified Advertisements

05/21/98
RETAILERS SAY MLB APPAREL SALES HITTING PRE-STRIKE LEVELS

Following a three-year recovery period at retail, MLB licensed sales "are staging a credible comeback," according to Marianne Bhonslay of SPORTING GOODS BUSINESS. Some specialty store dealers say base

Tags: MLB

05/21/98
SPREWELL'S $30M SUIT AGAINST NBA DECRIED AS WASTE OF TIME

Warriors G Latrell Sprewell sued the Warriors and the NBA yesterday, "seeking lost wages and damages stemming from what his lawyers allege as excessive discipline for Sprewell''s attack" on coach P.J.

Tags: Golden State Warriors, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, Sports Illustrated, Time Warner

05/21/98
MEDIA NOTES

PERSONALITIES: In Toronto, veteran Canadian announcer Don Chevrier ranked the best hockey "play-callers," and named Fox''s Mike Emrick "in a class by himself," with ESPN''s Gary Thorne at No. 2 and Ra

Tags: CBS, Comcast-Spectacor, ESPN, Los Angeles Lakers, News Corp./Fox, NFL, NHL, Philadelphia Flyers, Media, Utah Jazz, Viacom, Walt Disney

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug