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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 26 / 17

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10/16/02
NFL Marketing News

Video game royalties are the NFLPA''s "largest source of licensing-related revenue," according to Rick Westhead of BLOOMBERG NEWS, who noted the union''s total revenue in the year ended in February wa

Tags: Chicago Bears, Coca-Cola, Dallas Cowboys, Football, Green Bay Packers, Microsoft, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Verizon

10/16/02
Lego Plans Major Sports Push

Soccer Looms Large In Lego''s Sports Push Denmark-based toy maker Lego is launching a "new marketing initiative to link new products" with sports, according to Gerard O''Dwyer of AD AGE GLOBAL. Under

Tags: Basketball, Formula One, Motorsports, NBA, Soccer

10/16/02
Host Cuts Five Employees

Host Communications has "fired five employees who worked on NCAA sponsorship sales after CBS regained control of those rights" September 26, according to Jennifer Lee of the SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. Th

Tags: Baseball, CBS, Colleges, DDB Worldwide, Football, Hockey, MLB, NCAA, NHL, Viacom

10/16/02
Angels Sale Likely To Be On Hold

MLB declares a "moratorium on major announcements during the playoffs and World Series, so don''t expect to hear about Disney''s potential sale of the Angels in the next week," according to Cheryl Ros

Tags: LA Angels, Baseball, Basketball, Colleges, Franchises, MLB, MLS, NBA, Soccer, Walt Disney, WNBA

10/15/02
NHL Faces Uncertain Future

Many NHL governors and owners "believe there will not be NHL hockey played in 2004-05," according to Steve Simmons of the TORONTO SUN. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman: "There are two seasons left [befor

Tags: Buffalo Sabres, CBC, Dallas Stars, Hockey, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL, Canucks Sports and Entertainment, Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay Lightning, Vancouver Canucks, Washington Capitals

10/15/02
Executive Transactions

Sports equipment maker K2 announced CEO RICHARD RODSTEIN has resigned and will be replaced by Chair RICHARD HECKMAN. Heckman was U.S. Filter Founder & CEO and joined K2''s BOD in ''99 and became Chair

Tags: Basketball, Comcast-Spectacor, Golf, NBA, Nike, PGA Tour, People and Pop Culture

10/15/02
Names In The News

In S.F., John Crumpacker profiles Bay Area Sports Organizing Committee Bid Dir BOB STILES and writes, "When it comes to mastering the five-ring circus of Olympic politics, few are more qualified than

Tags: Basketball, Colleges, Football, NFL, Olympics, Philadelphia Eagles, People and Pop Culture, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

10/15/02
Closing Bell, October 15, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Tuesday, October 15, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Oct 11, 2002 Oct 10, 2002 Oct 9, 2002 Oct 8, 2002 Oct 7, 2002 • Buffalo Busine

Tags: Closing Bell

10/15/02
Sports Owners In The News

EDDIE LYNCH, a "key investor" in the D''Backs and Suns, died yesterday at the age of 67, after suffering a stroke, according to Craig Harris (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 10/15). RICHARDSON RECOVERING: In NC, Jo

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, Baseball, Basketball, Burger King, Carolina Panthers, ESPN, Football, Hockey, Montreal Canadiens, Phoenix Suns, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney, Washington Redskins

10/15/02
Media Monitor

NATIONAL TV MONITOR: Last night''s edition of ESPN''s "PTI" led with the Angels advancing to the World Series, followed by a discussion on whether the Cardinals should pitch to Barry Bonds and the Ram

Tags: ABC, LA Angels, Baseball, Basketball, Cablevision, CBS, Colleges, ESPN, Football, Hockey, Los Angeles Clippers, Madison Square Garden, Memphis Grizzlies, MLB, NBA, New York Knicks, San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, Seattle Seahawks, Media, St. Louis Blues, St. Louis Cardinals, LA Rams, Turner Sports, Viacom, Vulcan Ventures, Walt Disney

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