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NY-based concessionaire Sportservice Corp. "won" the food and beverage contract at Dallas'' new American Airlines Center yesterday, according to Richard Alm of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Sportservice wi
NBC TV Network President and NBC Olympic Broadcast Group COO RANDY FALCO has joined the Board of Dirs of NBC Quokka Ventures (NBC Quokka)....Callaway Golf named PETER GOTFREDSON as VP/Sales & Marketin
In Boston, Paul Harber writes that a replacement floor "is being sought" for the parquet floor at the FleetCenter that dates back to the Boston Garden. The new floor probably "will not be an exact cop
With the uncertain future of the Miles Prentice group''s ownership bid for the Royals, recent developments have seen "complete silence" from the Prentice group, a meeting between an MLB exec and U.S.
With a new $35M arena in Bridgeport, CT, scheduled to open in January 2001, four months later than originally expected, what to do with the city''s expansion ECHL team "has become a serious concern,"
Northeastern Univ.''s Center for the Study of Sport in Society''s 15th Annual Awards Banquet and Hall of Fame Induction is November 16 at The Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston. The event honors people f
Two departments of the British Columbia government have "quietly spent more than a quarter of a million taxpayers'' dollars on two VIP packages" for the CFL Grey Cup on November 28, according to Hauka
Showtime Event TV (SET) and Viewer''s Choice (VC) are "exploring" new categories for PPV programming that include golf and auto racing, according to Steve Donohue of MULTICHANNEL NEWS. SET Exec VP & G
The auctions for NASCAR and NCAA basketball tournament TV rights "are about to go down one right on top of the other," according to Andy Bernstein of the SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. While NASCAR execs mee
Former head of Munich-based Tele-Muenchen Group (TMG) Herbert Kloiber has formed Swiss-based AIM Int''l to sell international TV rights to sporting events. AIM Int''l "holds no sports rights yet," but