October 8 - 14, 2012 Vol. 15 — No. 25

Top Stories

  • Game Changers: Women in Sports Business

    The spotlight shines once again on women making an impact in sports. Our goal is to tell the stories of women in the sports business — women with broad, deep, and varied responsibilities who contribute to the success of the industry in multiple ways.

  • CAA Sports consulting lands Chase

    CAA Sports’ Corporate Consulting division has won one of sports’ most competitive and closely watched marketing agency reviews of the year, landing the sports/entertainment agency business of JPMorgan Chase.

  • UEFA deal offers risk, big potential reward for CAA

    UEFA last week chose a newly created subsidiary of CAA Sports to exclusively sell the commercial rights for Euro 2016 as well as qualifying events for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

  • From niche to a network

    Nearly two years after the merger Comcast and NBC, Golf Channel has seen its ratings soar to all-time highs thanks to the resources and reach of a broadcast network and the cross-promotion it has enjoyed as part of NBC Sports Group.

  • MLB attendance count highest since 2008

    Major League Baseball’s continued attendance rise in 2012 showed not only a growing fan affection for the sport but also sharp reductions in the traditional lag between winning and ticket-sales spikes.

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