August 10 - 16, 2015 Vol. 18 — No. 17

Top Stories

  • Are the kids alright?

    Disturbing research shows a serious drop in youth sports participation numbers. And advocates are desperately looking for answers.

  • Relativity Sports eyes next step

    On July 30, Relativity Media and 143 of its affiliate companies filed Chapter 11 petitions in federal bankruptcy court in New York. But Relativity Sports, which was launched in the summer of 2012, was not among the entities seeking protection.

  • NHL aims to draft off BAM Tech’s success

    The NHL's John Collins has long thought about what it might look like if different leagues came together for media deals. He will find out in the coming months as MLB Advanced Media begins managing the NHL's digital properties.

  • Under Armour adds NBA draft combine rights

    Under Armour will increase its profile in pro basketball through an eight-year deal that includes title sponsorship of the NBA draft combine and presenting sponsorship of the league’s expanding youth basketball program.

  • Microsoft modernizes Special Olympics tech

    Thanks to an extensive sponsorship with Microsoft that’s modernizing every facet of the Special Olympics’ technology, athletes from 160 countries at the recently concluded World Games and their fans were able to celebrate every personal best.

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