About The Author

Daniel Kaplan

Staff writer Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis.

Featured Story

American Made: Venus Williams To Appear In Ads For AmEx Around U.S. Open

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 26 / 16

American Express has tapped Venus Williams to star in four ads to appear on the company’s YouTube page during the U.S. Open, which starts Monday. Williams and AmEx also will push the ads out through their social media channels. The ads, dubbed “Open Like a Pro,” feature W...

Read More

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, American Express

More Stories by this Author

SportsBusiness Journal: Barckhoff exits Georgia Dome

Greg Barckhoff has left his job as head of the Georgia Dome's business development to run corporate sales at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and the Atlanta Sports Council, both owned by the city's chamber of commerce. Barckhoff said his departure was unrelated to the recent agreement that makes ...

Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Colleges, Football, Marketing and Sponsorship, NFL

SportsBusiness Journal: Upshaw’s pay up 229% since ’99

Count Gene Upshaw as one of the big beneficiaries of the NFL's booming business. The NFLPA executive director, Upshaw has seen his pay rocket 229 percent from the start of the 1999 season to the end of the last one, according to the union's annual LM-2 financial statements filed with the Depa ...

Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Finance, Football, Hockey, MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL

SportsBusiness Journal: NFLPA: Revenue figures mislead

The NFL Players Association reported an 18 percent drop in commercial revenue to $57 million for the fiscal year ended Feb. 28, according to the union's annually mandated filing with the U.S. Department of Labor. NFLPA financials (in millions of dollars) C ...

Tags: Baseball, Finance, Football, Hockey, MLB, NFL, NHL

SportsBusiness Journal: NFL teams hustle to avoid blackouts

The New Orleans Saints are looking for local companies to guarantee ticket sales in an effort to avoid the NFL's local blackout rule. And the Saints are one of the teams that avoided being blacked out in their first home game. Four teams — the Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Jackso ...

Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Football, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks

SportsBusiness Journal: Bears’ late shift saved European league

NFL Europe escaped by the skin of its teeth last week when owners, without a single vote to spare, agreed to extend by two years the money-losing league's life, an unexpectedly close call given Commissioner Paul Tagliabue's commitment to marketing football overseas. In fact, three sources ...

Tags: Chicago Bears, Football, NFL

SportsBusiness Journal: Super Bowl hosts must prove credit

C ities that want to host the Super Bowl will for the first time be required to put up letters of credit to guarantee what they promise. Miami, which last week won the 2007 spectacle, is in the process of securing three letters of credit totaling $10 million, said Jim Steeg , th ...

Tags: Football, MLB, NFL

SportsBusiness Journal: Giants may get $150M for stadium

The NFL plans to give the New York Giants $150 million to help renovate their stadium, but only if the club can hammer out a new lease with its landlord, the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority. That's a big if, as the Giants and NJSEA have been engaged in a war of words. The two ...

Tags: Football, New York Giants, NFL

SportsBusiness Journal: Heinz adds 4 to Red Zone roster

Heinz signed the Jets, Ravens, Bengals and Bills to the Red Zone. Ketchup and food maker H.J. Heinz has added four NFL teams to its expanding, multimillion-dollar football sponsorship program, dubbed the Red Zone. With an assist from ...

Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Football, Marketing and Sponsorship, New York Jets, NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers

SportsBusiness Journal: Roddick’s win fires up stardom machine

The offers are pouring in. TV commercials, endorsements, movies, TV shows, magazine covers, even an opportunity to host "Saturday Night Live." Andy Roddick's U.S. Open victory appears to have propelled the 21-year-old where few tennis players dare to tread: acceptance and acclaim outside the ...

Tags: Reebok, SFX, William Morris Endeavor

SportsBusiness Journal: Bears plan drive for Soldier debut

The Chicago Bears plan a made-for-TV series of events, dubbed "Bear Down Week," in the seven days leading up to the club's first game at the renovated Soldier Field. Beginning Sept. 23, the team will symbolically run a football through the three locations the team has previously played in, ...

Tags: Cadillac, Chicago Bears, Football, Green Bay Packers, MillerCoors

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug