January 23 - 29, 2012 Vol. 14 — No. 38

Top Stories

  • Balancing act

    With some its business metrics leveling off, the action sports industry is pushing ahead with new strategies ranging from digital development to international expansion.

  • Talent firms merge to form Legacy Agency

    Legacy Sports Group, the baseball player representation firm run by prominent MLB player agent Greg Genske, has merged with athlete marketing company The Agency, run by veteran agent Jordan Bazant. The merged company is known as The Legacy Agency.

  • Inside NBA's revenue sharing

    The NBA’s new revenue-sharing plan was years in development and today represents a staggering shift in league policy as the NBA redistributes wealth among its teams.

  • Turner moves into events, will run Final Four fan fests

    Turner Sports is getting into the event business and will take over operations of the prime fan engagement areas at the Final Four — Bracket Town and the Big Dance.

  • TWC-MSG fight threatens Sabres’ ratings lead

    The Buffalo Sabres have the NHL’s highest local TV ratings so far this season, but the team’s perch atop the local ratings list is precarious given MSG Network’s three-week-long carriage battle with Time Warner Cable.

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