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Editor’s note: This is part of our sports media roundtable from the Final Four. For the main portion of part two, click here . For part one in our April 10 issue, click here . ■ ELMORE: This is where the dads speak up, rig...
John Genzale is not the first to point out the traps and pitfalls inherent in heading the NCAA [ "Myles Brand's toughest assignment," Oct. 28-Nov. 3 ]. It is a tough assignment and I go into it with my eyes wide open. Indeed, the reason I am undertaking this challenging new positio ...
ESPN will stage a major advertising push for its second made-for-television movie, "The Junction Boys," coming close to the level of support it put behind its first such film, "A Season on the Brink." "The Junction Boys," starring Tom Berenger, chronicles the 1954 season of famed coach P ...
Indiana University has tapped its vice president, Terry Clapacs, to serve as interim athletic director while a national search is conducted to find a replacement for Michael McNeely, who abruptly resigned Nov. 8. Indiana President Myles Brand, who recently accepted the job of NCAA pres ...
T om Dickson and Sherrie Myers , who make their living taking seriously ill minor league baseball franchises off the critical list, appear to have engineered another dramatic recovery. Dickson and Myers bought the Class A Charleston (W.Va.) Alley Cats of the South Atlantic Lea ...
Amtrak signed a one-year sponsorship with the Big East Conference. The deal, which was put together by the Big East's marketing agency, Nelligan Sports Marketing, is a "one-stop shop" deal that includes conference sponsorship rights as well as sponsor inventory at nine institutions, said ...
Bull Run Corp., the parent company of sports marketing firm Host Communications, lost $5.35 million from July 1 to Aug. 31, $1.8 million more than the company lost in the same period last year. Bull Run, which recently changed its fiscal year-end from June 30 to Aug. 31, filed a 10-Q on N ...
Rivals Sportvision and Princeton Video Image are putting a different spin on technology that could radically lower the cost of producing the popular virtual first-down line. Both companies market first-down-line systems used by television networks, and both have been experimenting wit ...
The following lists naming-rights deals at big-league facilties.
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The following lists naming-rights deals for NCAA Division I-A football and basketball facilities.
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