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Comcast Signs Sponsorship Deal With USOC Covering Both PyeongChang, Tokyo GamesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 07 / 16
Comcast has signed a four-year sponsorship deal with the USOC, gaining marketing rights it did not previously own despite subsidiary NBCUniversal’s long-term, $7.65B television deal with the Olympics. Comcast claims several categories with Team USA in the deal, becoming the official provider o...
“There is no strike.” NL player rep Tom Glavine (AP, 8/30).
Shares in adidas-Salomon and Puma "limped on Friday after a duo of U.S. footwear retailers warned on earnings after weaker August sales," according to REUTERS. HVB Group analyst Peter-Thilo Hasler: "W
Regal Entertainment Group''s Regal CineMedia (RCM) will present the September 7 CO State Univ.-UCLA football game at four theaters in Denver and Irvine, CA, according to Nicole Sperling of the HOLLYWO
PRELUDE TO AN ARENA? In NJ, Jeff Pillets reports that the Port Authority of NY & NJ unanimously approved a new airport lease agreement yesterday that "could pave the way" for Newark to begin building
Surhoff And Fehr Head Out From MLB Headquarters This Morning MLB and MLBPA negotiators late this morning reached agreement on a new CBA, averting baseball''s ninth work stoppage since ''72. After nego
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An ESPN source told THE DAILY this morning that the net will discontinue "RPM2Night"''s weekday editions. RPM will run through the end of the racing season, November 18, and the net will continue to r
The New Orleans TIMES-PICAYUNE''s Benjamin Hochman reported that two Web sites have been launched to promote Tulane (TU) Univ. RB Mewelde Moore. TU has launched a site, and Moore fans have started an
NASCAR Chair BILL FRANCE reportedly "was alert and recovering [yesterday] from two surgeries, one for coronary bypass and the other to repair a broken hip." ISC President JIM FRANCE: "I have spoken wi