June 18 - 24, 2012 Vol. 15 — No. 10

Top Stories

  • Eagles plan big Linc refurb

    The Philadelphia Eagles are planning major changes at Lincoln Financial Field, including adding seats and building new field-level suites to generate more revenue from the 10-year-old stadium and improve the fan experience.

  • Fox making strong bid to keep NASCAR

    Fox has started serious negotiations with NASCAR about an early extension of its TV rights package, jump-starting a process that wasn’t expected to begin until early next year, according to several sources.

  • NBC, ad buyers cheer NHL despite drop in Cup ratings

    NBC and NHL executives hailed as a success their strategy of televising every Stanley Cup playoff game in its entirety for the first time this year, even if ratings for the Final and the league’s conference championship series dropped considerably.

  • Deal giving P&G, USOC prime space at Wal-Mart

    Two of the U.S. Olympic Committee’s largest partners are teaming on an extensive merchandising program that will roll out in 2,300 Wal-Marts across the U.S. starting next week and running through the London Games.

  • Title IX 40th Anniversary

    As Title IX reaches its 40th anniversary, SportsBusiness Journal asked representatives from across the industry to share their thoughts on the impact of the landmark legislation. Readers of SportsBusiness Daily also share their stories of how Title IX has affected them and, in some cases, their families.

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