ESPN Begins Laying Off Around 100 Personalities Where Does NASCAR Go With Dale Jr. Leaving? Manfred: Bush-Jeter Deal For Marlins Not Done David Abrutyn's Career Intertwined With Caps History FedEx Signs Multiyear NFL Extension Learfield Brings On Gil Beverly, Jack Patterson Officials Break Ground On Pro Football HOF Village Hotel Woods' Endorsement Deals Suffer From Layoff Minding My Business: Williams Martini Racing's Richard Berry ESPN Cuts Drive Discussion On Twitter
Upcoming Conferences and Events
May 31 - Jun 1
ESPN Begins Process Of Laying Off Around 100 Reporters, On-Air PersonalitiesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 26 / 17
ESPN started laying off around 100 on-air and online anchors, reporters and analysts today. Many of the people who were let go took to Twitter after receiving a phone call from department heads alerting them of the news. Perhaps the biggest names confirmed to THE DAILY so far are radio host and coll...
Baseball Club of America LLC, led by Fairfield Properties co-Founder Mark Broxmeyer, yesterday hired Lehman Brothers as a financial advisor on the potential acquisition and relocation of the Expos to
Miller Brewing "has secured a prominent and flashy rooftop billboard atop a house overlooking" Wrigley Field's right field, according to Lewis Lazare of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, who notes Chicago-based
49ers WR Terrell Owens, who pulled a Sharpie from his sock to autograph a football after scoring a TD during a "MNF" game last season, is partnering with Sharpie for a nationwide charity campaign in a
By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large, The Sports Business Daily For the first time, baseball fans will get to vote for their favorite MLB stars after the July 15 All-Star game broadcast on Fox has started
SERENA WILLIAMS has agreed to appear on two episodes of Showtime's "STREET TIME," according to William Morris agent Jill Smoller, who handles both Williams' and Lakers F RICK FOX's entertainment accou
In DC, Rachel Nichols writes Serena Williams and Lindsay Davenport "were turned down" for the Fed Cup team by U.S. captain Billie Jean King "because they couldn't adhere to her practice schedule." Hav
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Tuesday, July 1, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell P ...
Tags: Closing Bell
With Bucks Owner Herb Kohl deciding against selling the team to Michael Jordan, an NBA source yesterday said that Jordan "could explore ownership with" Micky Arison and the Heat, according to Steve Wy
While Procter & Gamble "has long shunned" Super Bowl advertising, the company has bought time on CBS' coverage of Super Bowl XXXVIII next year (see THE DAILY, 6/30). The P&G brand to be promoted with
ESPN, asked to discuss the TV prospects for the Big East following the defection of the Univ. of Miami and VA Tech to the ACC, "instead decided to issue a formal statement that explains how the league