November 20 - 26, 2017 Vol. 20 — No. 31

Top Stories

  • Power Players: Regional Sports Networks

    SportsBusiness Journal highlights the executives, consultants and on-air talent who are out front in leading RSNs through a period of media disruption.

  • How Jones could alter NFL way

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ attack on the NFL committee negotiating terms of Commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract extension threatens to upend how the league operates, and could spell trouble for the next round of labor talks, those close to the NFL said.

  • NASCAR teams trimming, and drivers feel the pinch

    As NASCAR teams adjust to lower sponsorship revenue, they continue to reduce costs and as a result, many drivers are feeling the pinch in their salaries.

  • Bud, Coke continue to rule the diamond

    Thirty-eight seasons together have made Budweiser’s sponsorship of Major League Baseball the most recognized beer partnership in sports, according to the results of the 11th annual MLB sponsor loyalty survey.

  • When disasters hit, who helps athletes help?

    Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt drew national attention for his efforts to help hurricane victims in Houston. Watt and other athletes have responded to emergencies in innovative and personal ways, nearly always with the help of those who support them.

  • First Look: NASCAR pinch

    In our First Look podcast this week, SBJ’s Abe Madkour, Bill King and Adam Stern discuss this week’s stories, including a look at NASCAR driver salaries and Jerry Jones’ influence on the NFL landscape.

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