April 27 - May 3, 2015 Vol. 18 — No. 3

Top Stories

  • CAA Sports buys Fermata

    CAA Sports finalized its acquisition of Fermata Partners, an Atlanta-based licensing agency, last week and the companies will make it official with an announcement this week.

  • Under Armour in talks with NBA for limited license

    While Nike won the race for the NBA’s on-court apparel rights, sources said that Under Armour is in talks to end up with a second-prize of sorts: an apparel license that would allow it to sell performance apparel and fan wear with NBA logos.

  • Tracks offer plenty of horseplay

    Tracks around the country are promoting entertainment over horse racing to battle attendance declines and an aging fan base that has plagued the sport for years.

  • Comcast-Spectacor units rebranded Spectra

    Comcast-Spectacor, the multibillion-dollar company whose subsidiaries run arenas and stadiums, sell tickets and feed sports fans across North America, is rebranding all three businesses under one name — Spectra.

  • Draft savant, Senior Bowl exec wears many hats

    In the weeks leading up to the NFL draft, Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage, a former NFL general manager and scout, has been everywhere — across TV and radio, across state lines, across Alabama football, the NFL and the draft.

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