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Make Your Opinion Count With The 2014 SBJ/SBD Reader SurveyPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 14
The 10th annual SportsBusiness Journal/SportsBusiness Daily Reader Survey is currently underway, offering an opportunity for your voice and opinion to be heard. The survey features 100 questions across leagues, teams, facilities, sponsorship, media, and more. * What is your biggest gripe with a...
MLB averaged 31,447 fans per game during the 17 days and 224 games of interleague play -- 16% above the intraleague average of 27,152. Among the attendance highlights were the Yankees and Braves, who
MLB''s local and national ratings "are on the rise," according to Michael Freeman of MEDIAWEEK. Through June, national broadcast and cable ratings are up 8% from last season. On the local broadcast le
THE MARKET SHARE: In N.Y., Dunstan Prial included Cleveland Indians Baseball Co. under a list of high-profile IPO "losers." Prial also reported that Adams Golf plans to sell 5.8 million shares through
Marlins President Don Smiley "has lined up five investors and is close to landing the two more he needs to give him enough money to buy the Marlins" from Wayne Huizenga for $169.5M, according to Alan
As Mark McGwire continues his pursuit of Roger Maris'' single-season home run record, the Cardinals are "packing ballparks, boosting television ratings, selling food and merchandise, and even jump-sta
The Raiders filed a countersuit yesterday in Sacramento Superior Court, suing accounting firm Arthur Andersen for $104M, alleging that the firm "destroyed documents and fraudulently misrepresented tha
On ESPN SportsZone, David Nielsen of Scripps Howard Service wrote that the "truth is WNBA games are fun. That''s it. Pure and simple. Nothing more, nothing less." Nielsen: "Yes, WNBA players miss more
The "dismal state of the sports shoe market claimed two more victims yesterday when Venator, formerly known as Woolworth, and Sports Authority ... warned that second- quarter results would be much wor
SLOC named BRUCE DWORSHAK Dir of Press Operations for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Dworshak was a Senior Press Operations Official at the ''84 Summer Games, and was "brought in late to rectify" Atlanta''
CT-based Phoenix Home Life Mutual announced that it "will not serve as the title sponsor" of the Silver Bullets women''s baseball team. The CT Women''s Sports Council has been trying to entice the tea