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SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...
The state of sportswriting is examined by Bob Drury of MEN''S JOURNAL, who writes that it "has become a dead-end job, the buggy-whip profession of the twenty-first century. Fiber optics are killing it
In his State of the County address yesterday, Nassau County, NY, Exec Thomas Gulotta "urged" that the county get started this year on construction of a new arena for the Islanders "and other sports te
In N.Y., Richard Sandomir examines Cablevision''s ownership of the TV rights to all N.Y. sports teams except NFL teams. Cablevision Exec VP Marc Lustgarten, on how the new partnership with Fox Sports
NBC and TBS, "shut out" of the NFL''s recent TV deals, "might decide to combine their considerable resources and start their own pro football league," according to Rogers & Pasquarelli of the ATLANTA
Latrell Sprewell testified for the first time at his grievance hearing yesterday, answering questions before arbitrator John Feerick for "about 6 hours and 15 minutes," according to David Steele of th
Members of the MA Senate "are considering writing a bill that would dedicate" the Patriots increased payroll taxes to finance state-funded infrastructure improvements near Foxboro Stadium, according t
Down to single-digit growth in ''97, the NFL Pro Line will incorporate more "technical and transitional" pieces for ''98, and will also "leverage the NFL shield to strike a chord with consumers," acco
CBS Sports has hired Greg Gumbel and Phil Simms as its No. 1 NFL broadcast team, according to Stephen Battaglio of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. Gumbel''s final appearance on NBC will come this Sunday, when
Revenues from the Warriors'' renovated arena "could fall more than" $20M short of the "amount needed to cover annual bond payments and arena expenses during the next 10 years," according to a report p
MARTIN CASE: PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem and Casey Martin''s attorney William Wiswall have contributed opinion pieces to ESPN''s SportsZone regarding Martin''s case, which goes to trial Monday.