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01/14/98
LEAGUE NOTES

TENNIS: In TENNIS WEEK, Richard Evans authors his personal view on the state of the ATP Tour under the header, "ATP Atrophy." Evans: "[I]n the opinion of many of the game''s insiders, Mark Miles and h

Tags: ATP, Leagues and Governing Bodies, USTA

01/14/98
FACILITY NOTES

In Houston, Harris County Commissioners Court on Tuesday voted 3-1 to allow the county sports authority to borrow $234M to help finance construction of a new ballpark. Officials said work on the park

Tags: Facilities, Florida Panthers, HOK Sports, Philadelphia Phillies

01/14/98
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

Nike named MARIA EITEL to the newly created position of VP/Corporate & Social Responsibility, effective immediately. She will based in Beaverton, OR, at Nike''s headquarters. Eitel formerly was Europe

Tags: ESPN, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Microsoft, Nike, People and Pop Culture, Tampa Bay Rays, Walt Disney

01/14/98
COLTS SET TO SIGN LEASE AGREEMENT TO STAY IN INDY TODAY

Colts Owner Jim Irsay confirmed yesterday that the city of Indianapolis and the team "finally have agreed on a lease that provides the Colts with about $8 million a year in dome-generated revenues and

Tags: Franchises, Indianapolis Colts

01/14/98
SURVEY SHOWS VIEWERS WATCHING MORE SPORTS, WITH MORE OPTIONS

Viewers are watching more sports on TV compared to two years ago, according to a new survey by THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY and the Fox Sports/TMG Poll. The survey of 697 U.S. and Canadian residents, age

Tags: News Corp./Fox, The Back of the Book

01/14/98
MEDIA NOTES

In Atlanta, the Falcons hope to complete a new local radio contract by the end of the week, but the new deal "won''t come close to approximating" the three-year, $8M package from then-Infinity Broadca

Tags: Atlanta Falcons, News Corp./Fox, Sports Illustrated, Media

01/14/98
SHOE COMPANIES BEG OFF ATHLETES IN ADS; NIKE CAN GET PANNED

Footwear companies are not "abandoning athletes," in their ''98 advertising campaigns, but "many are rethinking how athletes are depicted in ads and moving away from the bombast that characterized pas

Tags: Nike, Reebok

01/14/98
NFL TV DEAL, PART I: THE MOUSE'S POWER PLAY LEAVES NBC OUT

The Walt Disney Co. retained the broadcast rights for ABC''s "Monday Night Football" and "captured the entire" Sunday night package for ESPN for a "staggering" $9.2B over eight years, according to Ste

Tags: ABC, CBS, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NBC, NFL, TBS/TNT, Time Warner, Viacom, Walt Disney

01/14/98
FRANCHISE NOTES

NFL: Within five weeks, NFL Oilers officials "expect to know where the team" will play in ''98 and "resolve the status of team colors and nickname," according to John Glennon of the Memphis COMMERCIAL

Tags: Anaheim Ducks, Anaheim Sports, Edmonton Oilers, Franchises, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Brooklyn Nets, NFL, Time Warner, Toronto Raptors, Walt Disney, YankeeNets

01/14/98
PHOENIX MUTUAL FINDS A HOME IN NCAA SPONSORSHIP

The NCAA and Host Communications officially announced that CT-based Phoenix Home Life Mutual Insurance Co. has signed a five-year corporate partnership agreement. Phoenix will have exclusive promotion

Tags: NCAA

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