June 10 - 16, 2013 Vol. 16 — No. 9

Top Stories

  • NBA clubs to sell ads high, low

    NBA teams are getting two new areas inside their arenas as sources of revenue starting next season: on the court and atop the backboards.

  • Houston numbers could hurt sports in carriage battles

    Surprising subscriber numbers out of Houston suggest that CSN Houston’s carriage impasse is not likely to be resolved any time soon and could start to shift the national debate over the carriage of local sports channels.

  • Mal Moore's Alabama legacy

    To many Alabama fans, Mal Moore will forever be remembered as the man who hired Nick Saban. To hear Moore’s friends tell it, his legacy is in his 50-year love affair with the university; his devotion to his wife, whom he cared for during a 20-year battle with Alzheimer’s; and the hundreds of friendships he nurtured.

  • Market shift rocks digital rollup strategy

    As digital ad revenue continues to surge, a more mature online marketplace has emerged. The new sweet spot in digital sports media includes not just a top-10 ranking in the monthly comScore rankings, but also a strong role in digital video and exclusive content that resonates in social media.

  • Cozy Merion creates hospitality squeeze

    The compact size of Merion Golf Club poses some unique challenges for the U.S. Golf Association team in charge of finding a home for all of its hospitality clients at this week's U.S. Open.

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