|Smith grim as clock ticks
With about 100 days left until the expiration of the NFL collective-bargaining agreement, the head of the NFL Players Association finds little reason for optimism.
|Horizon’s big play
Horizon Media, one of the world’s largest media-buying and planning agencies, is formalizing a sports marketing practice to service clients that buy an estimated $2.6 billion in media and about $300 million in sports and entertainment marketing and sponsorships.
|NACDA deal gets Fox Sports some college face time
In its ever-competitive race against ESPN for college rights, Fox Sports is wedging its way into the huddle of some of the key decision-makers in the space.
|Changes help ATP post a $28M profit
The ATP World Tour reported a $28 million profit for 2009, reaping the financial benefits of its calendar restructuring program that charged tournaments steep fees to remain in its top two tiers of events.