March 4 - 10, 2013 Vol. 15 — No. 44

Top Stories

  • StubHub takes naming rights at Home Depot Center

    Ticket reseller StubHub has signed a six-year naming-rights deal with AEG for Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. Starting June 1, StubHub Center will be the new name of the multisport complex, owned and operated by AEG.

  • Champions: Donald Dell

    Donald Dell is held in reverential esteem within the tennis world. “Nobody has done more than Donald for tennis,” said Gordon Smith, USTA executive director and chief operating officer. “He’s a founder of professional tennis, as we know it.”

  • Fox and ESPN: What’s behind unlikely alliance?

    A lot of the speculation in the sports industry suggests that the building Fox-ESPN relationship is a way to keep NBC and its stable of sports channels at bay, more so than CBS, which has not been as aggressive pursuing sports rights.

  • With digital in-house, PGA Tour takes its shot

    The PGA Tour has always outsourced its digital rights. First, CBS managed them and then, six years ago, Turner won the tour’s digital rights through 2012. But by bringing those rights in-house, the tour now will determine its own digital — and financial — fate.

  • What's next for New York?

    If everything comes together for Major League Soccer this year, the league will announce a second team in the New York market to begin play in 2016, receive a $100 million expansion fee for the franchise and finalize a deal for a $300 million soccer stadium in Queens.

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