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Tennis Channel has extended its deal with Jim Courier , who will now appear as an analyst during Wimbledon and the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells ( Tennis Channel ). Excel Sports Management today announced that it has signed golfer Chris Williams for representation. Williams will make h...
With Game 2 set for this evening, here is a sampling of some NBA Finals-related marketing news this morning: TO SWEEP, PERCHANCE TO DREAM: Last night''s "ET" reported on the marketability of Hakeem Ol
Whoever buys the Blue Jays from Interbrew S.A. must be prepared to buy the rest of Labatt''s sports holdings as well, according to this morning''s FINANCIAL POST. Jamie Wayne writes that for franchise
Following AL President Gene Budig''s stated belief that six AL cities will get approval to build new ballparks within the next 18 months, Brewers VP Wendy Selig-Prieb said she is encouraged by his opt
Air Canada and Northwest Entertainment Group (NEG) have signed a five-year marketing alliance that makes Air Canada the Official Airline of the Canucks, Grizzlies, and GM Place. According to NEG, the
"Rumors" swirled in Toronto yesterday surrounding the fate of the Blue Jays following parent-company Labatt''s purchase agreement with Belgian brewer, Interbrew SA. Art Chamberlain of the TORONTO STAR
This Sunday, NBC airs a one-hour special on the NBA Finals before the Magic-Rockets Game 3. Included: interviews with Hakeem and Shaq, a profile of the stars who have yet to win a championship (Ewing,
Ted Turner''s CNN, "in an ambitious move putting it into head-to-head competition" with CNBC, plans to launch a business news cable channel in January, according to reports in the WALL STREET JOURNAL
The return of Monica Seles to tennis is welcome news for the game of tennis, according to Bud Collins of the BOSTON GLOBE. Collins notes that Seles'' return, a "staged-for-CBS" scrimmage against Marti
The PGA Tour''s new three-year TV deal to televise the Tour, Senior Tour, and Nike Tour through ESPN International, Sky Television, and Prime International will increase their international exposure.
The Lightning and the city of St. Petersburg agreed to terms yesterday that will keep the team in the ThunderDome for the ''95- 96 season, according to Tom Jones of the TAMPA TRIBUNE. The deal still n