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SportsBusiness Daily Seeks Entry-Level Staff WriterPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 14
SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...
Richard Williams was the "Guest Columnist" in Sunday''s N.Y. DAILY NEWS. Under the header, "Let Us Face It: Racism On Tour," Williams commented on player and media reaction to his daughter, Venus, dur
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ESPN examined athletes in trouble with the law on "Outside the Lines: Sports Under Arrest." In his introduction, ESPN''s Bob Ley said, "You can point to all the money, all the media or simply society,
In the wake of the Timberwolves'' Kevin Garnett turning down a $100M-plus contract offer and a public debate over funding for facilities for the Vikings, Twins and an NHL expansion team, the "new spor
ESPN''s "Outside the Lines" examined the Latino impact on MLB last night. Among the topics covered was an extensive report by ESPN''s Mark Schwarz on how the Dodgers, Padres and Angels market themselv
The Women''s Sports Foundation released its "Gender Equity Report Card" yesterday, where Foundation Trustee Dr. Don Sabo analyzed 767 NCAA schools and issued each institution a grade based on athletic
An economic impact report released by the L.A. Sports Council and the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce showed that in ''96, the sports industry in L.A. generated over $800M in revenues, which translates
In a front-page feature in Sunday''s WASHINGTON POST entitled, "On NBA''s Court, Minority Rules," Kevin Merida examined racial interaction in the NBA. In ''57, 93% of NBA players were white; currently
A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows that Tiger Woods "has shot past even" Michael Jordan in public approval, according to Albert Hunt of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. Pollster Peter Hart, who conduct
MLB''s season-long tribute to the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier culminated last night with a special celebration at Shea Stadium where Acting Commissioner Bud Selig sa
ESPN''s "Outside the Lines" examined "Women & Sports -- At A Crossroads." Topics featured the advent of two new professional basketball leagues, the perception of homophobia in women''s athletics, the