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Overnight Ratings: FS1 Gets 2.5 For First Regular Season NASCAR Sprint Cup RacePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 30 / 15
FS1 drew a 2.5 overnight rating for the STP 500 yesterday, which was the cable net’s first-ever regular-season NASCAR Sprint Cup Series telecast. The same spring race from Martinsville last year aired on Fox. For comparison, the Martinsville race in the fall during the Chase for the Sprint Cu...
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There are "enormous business implications surrounding" 7-foot-5 Chinese basketball player Yao Ming, who is projected to be a top three pick in the NBA Draft in June, according to CNBC''s Mike Huckman.
The U.S.''s "big sports brands, more than ever, want to sell to the world," according to Michael Hiestand in a USA TODAY Sports Cover Story. While overseas revenues "are small fractions" of overall re
The city of Beijing "has yet to approve any move" to allow Chinese 7-foot-5 C Yao Ming to be eligible for the NBA Draft in June, according to Smith & Wise of the N.Y. TIMES, who write that the governm
Hear Mark O''Hair Discuss His Investment On "60 Minutes II" last night, CBS'' Jim Stewart examined the trend of teenage golfers attempting to turn pro and said, "Kids who want to strike it rich are us
High ratings, global corporate reach and sheer mystique "make the Masters and the British Open events of great significance," according to Marcia Chambers of GOLF FOR WOMEN, however, what TV viewers d
In "one of the more unusual government-industry partnerships in recent years," the Bush administration has turned to Nike and the Walt Disney Co., "among other consumer-friendly corporations, for help
In the December 24 issue of NEWSWEEK, Lakers G Kobe Bryant writes an Op-Ed on the September 11 terrorist attacks and how the events changed his perspective under the header, "My Turn: I Won''t Take ''
By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large, The Sports Business Daily In what is believed to be the first major effort by the sporting goods industry to aid victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, Foot L
UT Gov. Mike Leavitt yesterday "expressed his faith in the security plan designed to protect the athletes, visitors and spectators" when the ''02 Games open on February 8, according to Selena Roberts
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Between 20-30% of "all preplanned trips both business and leisure have been canceled or postponed" following the September 11 terrorist attacks, according to preliminary results of a stu