August 26 - September 1, 2013 Vol. 16 — No. 19

Top Stories

  • ESPN, Turner in talks to exit NASCAR early

    ESPN and Turner Sports are talking with NASCAR about getting out of their broadcast rights agreement a year early, a move that could allow Fox Sports and NBC Sports Group to become the sport’s broadcasters next year.

  • The complicated Peter Angelos

    Owner Peter Angelos has been the Baltimore Orioles' boss for 20 years, with mediocre results. But after giving his executives space, has he finally found success?

  • Iowa State fights back by starting its own channel

    Cyclones.TV, Iowa State's answer to the Longhorn Network and Sooner Sports TV, will be unveiled this week. The 24/7 television channel will be carried exclusively by the state’s largest cable operator, Mediacom, and will open with coverage of the school's football home opener.

  • Listen up: NFL moving to mike players

    The NFL is moving to put microphones on players and coaches as another step in the league’s push to improve fans’ in-stadium experience.

  • What's next for the USTA?

    It’s been a roller-coaster 12 months for the U.S. Tennis Association, owner of the lucrative U.S. Open, which starts this week. From stadium improvements to prize money, we examine the issues and challenges facing the governing body of tennis in America.

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