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WTA Set For Launch Of New OTT Product After Seven Months Without Streaming Service

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 27 / 17

The WTA Tour on Monday will launch a standalone over-the-top network, dubbed WTA TV, which will stream nearly 2,000 matches from 55 tournaments. U.K.-based Perform Media, which owns the digital and linear rights for the WTA, will manage the OTT service. WTA matches until the end of last year were st...

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MLS Eyeing Chivas & Cleveland

In a town-hall meeting with Galaxy season-ticket holders Saturday, AEG President Tim Leiweke said that MLS "would expand by two teams in 2005 and that Chivas USA and Cleveland" would be the two new te

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NHL's Reach At All-Time High

The int'l distribution of NHL programming, including regular-season, All-Star Game and Stanley Cup playoff coverage, is at an all-time high with 41 syndication partners throughout 217 countries and te

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League Notes

NFL EUROPE: NFL Europe today announced that the city of Cologne, Germany has been awarded a franchise. The team, which has yet to be named, will play at 50,000-seat Rhein-Energy-Stadion. The team's co

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Morning Buzz, November 3, 2003

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Monday, November 3, 2003 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz ...

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East Meets West (#13) Stern reiterates Asia's key role for NBA's global growth. Have A Coke And A Smile (#7) Samsung signs on to help cover $23M cost of '04 Olympic Torch Relay with Coca-Cola. Market

Pat Croce Moving In On TV Show

Former 76ers President PAT CROCE will star in a new syndicated TV show, called "Pat Croce: Moving In," in which he will help families "deal with life issues and problems in a dynamic and inspiring man

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Media Notes

VALENTINE'S DAY: ESPN MLB analyst Bobby Valentine is returning to managing in Japan, and will sign a three-year contract today with the Lotte Marines, the team he left after the '95 season (Mult., 11/

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David Carr Joins Literacy Cause

Texans QB David Carr signed a two-year agreement to serve as an official spokesperson for the Houston Chronicle and the "Readers are Leaders Foundation." Carr will write a weekly Q&A column with sport

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Indy Star Writer Lifts Story

Indianapolis Star Assistant Sports Editor Dave Lewandowski has left the newspaper after it was revealed that "substantial portions" of his October 28 story, "'James Gang' sells tickets for opponents,"

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TEAMS 2003 Registration

You can still make it to TEAMS 2003. TEAMS 2003: Travel, Events And Management in Sports will take place November 5-8, 2003 at the historic Fairmont Hotel in New Orleans. TEAMS 2003 is the largest gat

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