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Time Warner Cable To Carry SEC Network As Of Aug. 14 LaunchPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 24 / 14
Time Warner Cable, the country's second biggest cable operator, has agreed to carry SEC Network as of its Aug. 14 launch. Bright House Networks also will carry the channel, bringing its distribution footprint up to 60 million homes. The deals leave DirecTV, Charter and Verizon as the only big SEC-ar...
Colorado''s ''96-97 ski season ended with a 3.6% increase in skier visits, according to Penny Parker in the DENVER POST. CO Ski Country USA President John Frew had said before the season that CO resor
Nike predicted yesterday that fourth-quarter earnings would be "below expectations ... because of cancellations of some domestic orders, poor timing in shipments of products to Europe, and an inabilit
The Redskins have not sold approximately 4,000 of the highest-priced seats in the new 78,600-seat Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, according to Richard Justice in the WASHINGTON POST. The 60,000 general seati
Advantage Int''l Inc. plans an "active" expansion "fueled" by capital from its new owner, Interpublic Group of Cos. Inc., according to John Lombardo of the WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL. Advantage "may"
The Atlanta City Council approved the new downtown arena deal 14-0 yesterday after eliminating a proposal that "could have jeopardized" the $213M project, according to Henry Unger of the ATLANTA CONST
The NCAA Division I Men''s Lacrosse Championship was held last weekend on the campus of the Univ. of MD at College Park. Tickets were $20 for Saturday''s semifinals and $15 for Monday''s final. Paid a
The "salvation and rebirth" of track & field in North America "might find its genesis this weekend ... in an event whose trappings more resemble a heavyweight championship than a traditional track mee
Amer, the Finnish sporting goods group which owns the U.S.-based Wilson brand, reported narrowed losses in the first four months yesterday, according to Greg McIvor of the FINANCIAL TIMES. The company
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In Tacoma, Brier Dudley reported that Mariners CEO John Ellis sent 9,000 letters to Mariners ticket holders, "urging them to vote" for a new Seahawks stadium. Ellis wrote in the May 19 letter: "To mai
ESPN''s Chris Mortensen in an ESPN SportsZone column, notes a new "state of unrest" regarding the future of some NFL franchises, including the Colts, Vikings, Patriots and Seahawks. Mortensen quotes a