Quote of the Day

"I always said that football is a box of surprises. Nobody in this world expected this result."
-- Pelé, after Germany's World Cup throttling of Brazil. (AFP, 7/9)
Thursday July 10, 2014 Vol. 3 — No. 11 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A Sweet Deal

    Seven "is likely" to lose money as the sole Olympics rights holder.

    The IOC "has failed to secure its asking price for the Australian media rights after Seven Network lodged the only firm bid" in a deal worth A$200M ($188M), according to Darren Davidson of THE AUSTRALIAN. Ten and Nine networks "pulled out of the race because of the huge cost outlay, the unfavourable time zone for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games, and weak conditions in the advertising market."

  • Weighing In

    German media "savor" victory while Brazilian reaction is incendiary.

  • Hair Trigger

    Brands don't waste time weighing in on Brazil's defeat.

  • A New Look

    BrandRapport plans to rebrand after management buyout.

  • Slim Picking

    Carlos Slim's Uno TV to broadcast Univ. de Guadalajara home games.

  • In Position

    Spanish clubs seek partners ahead of possible centralization of TV revenue.

  • People's Choice

    Hibernian fans make bid for control of Scottish Championship club.

  • Glass Ceiling

    Report finds women still underrepresented in U.K. sports industry boardrooms.

  • Holding On

    Racing Victoria boss says state could lose No. 1 status if funding model isn't changed.

  • On The Line

    Bristol City owner aims to put Wi-Fi in stadiums throughout England.

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