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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...

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12/09/97
FRANCHISE NOTES

NHL: In Edmonton, prospective local owners of the NHL Oilers met with Premier Ralph Klein "to discuss a possible role for the province in saving the financially troubled" team (EDMONTON JOURNAL, 12/9)

Tags: ABC, AHL, Cleveland Indians, Dallas Cowboys, Edmonton Oilers, Florida Panthers, Franchises, New York Yankees, NFL, NHL, Ottawa Senators, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

12/09/97
THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY TURNSTILE TRACKER

TODAY: 1997 AFC Home Attendance Through Week 15 ''97 YEAR-TO-DATE TEAM HOME DATES AVG. %CAP TIX REVENUE ''96 AVG. TIX REVENUE +/- FROM ''96 NYJ^ 7 77,803 100% $31 $16,926,821 77,728 + $3,324,396 KAC^

Tags: Cablevision, Edmonton Oilers, New York Liberty, San Diego Chargers, The Back of the Book

12/09/97
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

MLS Senior Licensing Dir JEFFREY BERNSTEIN is leaving to run the licensing/marketing agency, J&B Enterprises (BRANDWEEK, 12/8 issue)...The MLS Wizards named DOUG NEWMAN as its GM. He most recently ser

Tags: MLS, Speedway Motorsports Inc., People and Pop Culture, Washington Nationals

12/09/97
USA TODAY EXAMINES NHL'S "GROWING PAINS" IN "PIVOTAL" YEAR

The state of the NHL was examined by USA TODAY''s Sharon Raboin under the header, "NHL Fights Growing Pains. Tradition, New Ideas Collide In Critical Olympic Season." Raboin: "As the NHL strives to be

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NFL, NHL

12/09/97
ARE CANADIAN RACES SECURE AFTER LOSING TOBACCO SPONSORSHIP?

The Molson Indy races in Toronto and Vancouver are "not threatened" after Imperial Tobacco announced that it was dropping its sports sponsorships. Imperial''s Player brand had a C$1.5M involvement in

Tags: Formula One, Leagues and Governing Bodies

12/09/97
PBA ROLLS OUT FIRST-EVER ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

NY-based Partners & Shevack has been selected to handle the first-ever Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) advertising campaign. Billings were not disclosed. The agency will create an image campaig

Tags: CBS, ESPN, PBA, Viacom, Walt Disney

12/09/97
TAMPA EXECS TRY TO CATCH LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE TO BOOST GATE

According to official NHL documents obtained by Tom Jackson of the TAMPA TRIBUNE, in seven games played at the Ice Palace through November 14, the Lightning were "substantially" behind last season''s

Tags: Colorado Avalanche, Edmonton Oilers, Franchises, NFL, NHL, Palace Sports & Entertainment, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals

12/09/97
ADVERTISERS LOOKING TO GET MOST OUT OF SUPER BOWL SPOTS

Volvo Trucks of N.A. and Mail Boxes Etc. have created contests tied to their lone ads during NBC''s Super Bowl XXXII telecast "in hopes of protecting their investment," according to the AP''s Skip Wol

Tags: NBC

12/09/97
NAMES IN THE NEWS

CIBC Oppenheimer and the Women''s Sports Foundation have formed a three-year partnership to present a series of "Meet A Champion!" youth sports clinics. WSF President-Elect NANCY LIEBERMAN-CLINE will

Tags: CBS, NHL, San Francisco 49ers, People and Pop Culture, Viacom, WNBA

12/09/97
FACILITY NOTES

In Hartford, CT State Rep. Carl Schiessl wrote an op-ed comparing UConn''s failed bid for a new football stadium with other university projects throughout the country. Of the 21 schools that built or

Tags: Chicago White Sox, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets, Facilities, PepsiCo

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