Quote of the Day

"Before honing its soundbites or filing yet another complaint, this £22B gorilla in puppy's clothing would do well to look at its own double standards."
-- BSkyB Corporate Affairs Dir Graham McWilliam, on BT's claims that BSkyB is refusing to sell ad space to its competitor. (London GUARDIAN, 4/12)
Monday April 15, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 215 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Community Leaders

    Football contributed £330M in gross value to Manchester, England's economy in '10-11, "with the global profile that Manchester receives from football worth an additional" £100M ($150M) a year on an advertising-equivalency basis, according to Mark Baber of INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL.

  • Friendly Skies

    Emirates ready to sign on with Real Madrid for nearly $40M a year.

  • Treading Lightly

    Sponsors scale back exposure at Bahrain Grand Prix.

  • Standing Down

    Telstra opts out of bidding for Aussie cricket rights.

  • Get Over It

    BSkyB launches "scathing" attack on BT over ad blackout complaints.

  • Counting Empty Seats

    Police data shows ManU attendance less than announced.

  • No Welcome Mat

    Dortmund CEO says Arab investment 'unfair' to European teams.

  • Night Moves

    FA to review policy on late starts after Millwall fans brawl.

  • Big Game Hunt

    Brazil stadiums partner with facility managers to plan future after World Cup.

  • Joining The Club

    Automobile Club of Germany will organize Grand Prix at Nürburgring.

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