February 13 - 19, 2017 Vol. 19 — No. 41

Top Stories

  • What’s next for NFL?

    After a season that saw television viewership drop by double digits, the NFL is looking at changing the advertising inventory around NFL games as one way to guarantee a rebound.

  • Brosnan set to lead PrimeSport

    Seeking further credibility in the increasingly competitive VIP ticketing, travel and hospitality business, PrimeSport has hired Tim Brosnan, former MLB executive vice president of business, as its new executive chairman and acting CEO.

  • NBA bets big on esports, but will fans play along?

    The NBA’s new 2K eLeague will satisfy teams clamoring to jump into the alluring world of esports, but with the vast potential comes questions about the viability of sports simulations as major spectator properties.

  • Utah looks at getting back into Olympic mix

    While the American Olympic movement is putting its full efforts into Los Angeles’ bid for the 2024 Summer Games, a coalition of Utahans has positioned itself as a ready-made backup option for 2026 if it comes to that.

  • Abbey road: Unique school has racetrack connections

    Belmont Abbey College launched a motorsports management program a decade ago largely because it was looking for something distinctive that might connect locally. It is one of several schools that found its niche by focusing on a specific sport.

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