Quote of the Day

"We are a prince on the field and a pauper off it."
-- New Zealand Rugby League CEO Phil Holden on his quest to compete financially with bigger players in int'l rugby league. (SUNDAY STAR TIMES, 6/29)
Monday June 30, 2014 Vol. 3 — No. 3 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • World Is Watching

    Germany's 1-0 win over the U.S. on Thursday got an 87.1% share on ZDF.

    FIFA World Cup coverage from Brazil "is setting TV viewing records in 2014," according to Arif Durrani of MEDIA WEEK. The group matches "have set TV records in a number of markets." Sales of TV advertising and subscriptions "have also benefitted." A total of 11.5 million Dutch viewers (88.4%) "watched their national team’s victory over Chile" -- 10.2 million at home and 1.3 million in public places.

  • Severing Ties

    Suárez loses first sponsor in wake of World Cup biting incident.

  • Changing The Game

    Awarding of Serie A rights could shake up Europe's pay-TV market.

  • Sustainable Structures

    IOC considers changing some Tokyo 2020 Olympic venues.

  • Blame Game

    NRL vows to 'shame' players, officials caught betting on games.

  • A Major Plus

    100Plus agrees to sponsor Singapore Sports Hub.

  • Taking Stock

    Deloitte places value of Atlético Madrid at $85.3M.

  • Back And Forth

    UEFA downplays Blatter's support of goal-line tech at Euro 2016.

  • A New Home

    Singapore chosen as WTA Finals host site for next five years.

  • Driver's Seat

    Olympian Bubka in position to take over World Athletics presidency.

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