July 1 - 7, 2013 Vol. 16 — No. 12

Top Stories

  • NHL Network struggles, but expects rapid growth

    The NHL Network is profitable, and league executives expect to see rapid growth during the next 12 months as it nails down distribution deals and props up its programming. But since its launch in the United States in 2007, NHL Network is not where league officials thought it would be.

  • Daytona to showcase amenities

    Daytona International Speedway's $400 million renovation project will introduce the most sophisticated, premium-seat experience NASCAR has to offer.

  • Wait goes on for next ATP chief

    With the ATP board of directors declining last week to choose either of two front-runners for the executive chairman/president position that has essentially been vacant since January, a replacement is now unlikely before the end of the year.

  • Mets, MLB prep for All-Star

    On most days, the New York Mets operate in the shadow of the neighboring, more popular Yankees. Such comparisons will be a prominent factor for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game, as well. But MLB and Mets officials are focused on giving this year’s game a distinct, unique feel.

  • How Little League scores big with sponsors

    With more than 2 million players worldwide and 400,000-plus attending the Little League World Series, big league companies have become sponsors of the best-known brand name in youth sports, seeking to connect to youth and families.

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