July 14 - 20, 2014 Vol. 17 — No. 13

Top Stories

  • Legacy of the Cup

    The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be remembered as the point where international soccer crossed over into mainstream American culture.

  • On a new RSN, Dodgers see TV numbers dive

    The Los Angeles Dodgers, one of sports’ marquee franchises, this season are posting their lowest RSN ratings ever, averaging a 0.74 local rating and 40,000 homes in the country’s second-biggest media market.

  • Longhorns hire Aspire Group to run ticket sales

    The University of Texas has tabbed The Aspire Group to manage athletic ticket sales and services for the school, which counts more than $40 million in ticket revenue annually.

  • Minnesota's moment

    To see how the MLB All-Star Game has dramatically grown and evolved, particularly in recent years, one need look no further than Minneapolis.

  • Future bodes well for Packers’ income

    The Green Bay Packers last week reported $25.3 million of net income for the fiscal year ended March 31, but when it comes time for the club to make its earnings report at this time next year, that figure will likely double.

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