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NFL Owners Vote 31-1 To Approve Raiders' Move To Las Vegas

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 27 / 17

NFL owners today approved the relocation of the Raiders to Las Vegas by a 31-1 vote, with only the Dolphins dissenting (Owner Stephen Ross had previously expressed concern over the pace of relocations ). Afterwards, NFL owners and Commissioner Roger Goodell said all the expected things about tr...

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Tags: Baseball, Boxing, HBO, Motorsports, NASCAR, Showtime, Sports Illustrated, Media

03/25/03
Stern Stresses Improvement

NBA Commissioner David Stern held his annual summit of league marketing and ticketing execs in San Antonio last week, and the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION''s Terence Moore wrote that the gathering "was high o

Tags: Atlanta Hawks, Basketball, Comcast-Spectacor, Franchises, Los Angeles Lakers, NBA, Philadelphia 76ers, Washington Wizards

03/25/03
Figure Skating On Thin Ice?

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Tags: ABC, NBC, NFL, Olympics, Media, Walt Disney

03/25/03
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Tuesday, March 25, 2003 The WASHINGTON POST’s Andrew Beyer writes, “Horse racing’s worst scandal is over.  The perpetrators of the Breeders’ Cup Pick Six fix are going to jail, and the rightful winner

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03/25/03
NCAA Ratings Down 24%

NCAA Tournament Ratings Decline Was Expected With overnight Nielsen ratings for CBS'' NCAA men''s basketball tournament second-round coverage down 24% Saturday and Sunday, CBS Sports President Sean Mc

Tags: ABC, Basketball, CBS, Colleges, ESPN, Los Angeles Lakers, NBC, NCAA, NHL, San Antonio Spurs, Media, Viacom, Walt Disney

03/25/03
NBA TV Searching For Cable

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Tags: Basketball, Coca-Cola, DirecTV, NBA, PepsiCo, Media

03/25/03
TV Publicist Sought

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03/25/03
Closing Bell, March 25, 2003

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Tuesday March 25, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Mar 24, 2003 Mar 21, 2003 Mar 20, 2003 Mar 19, 2003 Mar 18, 2003 • AVP Tour Today Annou

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03/25/03
Brewers New In-Game Initiatives

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03/25/03
FSN Calls HRSN A Sham

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