September 17 - 23, 2012 Vol. 15 — No. 22

Top Stories

  • NFL's Katz has prime-time power

    Howard Katz's prowess at solving the puzzle of NFL scheduling has given him the same clout as a television network boss.

  • Falconhead Capital makes move to sell Competitor Group

    Endurance racing business Competitor Group Inc. is on the market, with equity fund owner Falconhead Capital shopping the firm.

  • Oklahoma will see $7M a year from TV deal

    Oklahoma’s block of branded programming on Fox Sports Net will result in upward of $7 million in new annual revenue from both Fox and the school’s multimedia rights holder, Learfield Sports.

  • SEC, ESPN progress on net

    The SEC’s negotiations with ESPN about a new channel are nearing their final stages, and a glimpse inside the talks reveals that three issues are close to being resolved before the channel’s expected launch in August 2014.

  • Leonsis bringing production work in-house

    Ted Leonsis always has been a “content guy.” Now, the owner of the Washington Wizards and Capitals is creating an in-house production company to develop and control the content coming from his sports and entertainment assets.

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