August 14 - 20, 2017 Vol. 20 — No. 17

Top Stories

  • BAMTech produces big payoff

    Major League Baseball club owners are looking at a giant payday of about $50 million each thanks to the latest Disney deal to acquire a controlling stake in BAMTech.

  • State of play: Youth sports

    High school girls sports participation is rising, with soccer and volleyball among the sports they are favoring, according to an analysis of data collected by the National Federation of State High School Associations.

  • Agencies negotiate $2.3B in NBA free agency deals

    Eleven agencies negotiated 71 deals with a total value of about $2.3 billion since free agency started July 1, according to SportsBusiness Journal research. Chicago-based Priority led the pack with $354.6 million negotiated for nine different players.

  • Thirty-five represent Game Changers class

    Women in leadership roles touching nearly every sector of the sports industry from coast to coast have been selected for recognition this fall as part of SportsBusiness Journal/Daily’s annual Game Changers program.

  • First Look podcast: Disney and BAMTech

    Our First Look podcast includes discussion of the Disney/BAMTech deal, youth sports participation trends, and a unique event taking place in Williamsport that’s not called the Little League World Series.

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