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Fermata gives evidence of licensing challenge to CLC

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 28 / 14

With more than 200 licensing clients and a 96 percent renewal rate, Collegiate Licensing Co. has seldom felt much of a challenge from competitors. That appears to be changing. Atlanta-based Fermata Partners, a company founded by four former CLC executives, won two big pieces of licensing business...

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Teams make contingency plans

Editor's note: This story is revised from the print edition. The Houston Texans created a CBA response team. Several teams have furloughs lined up starting March 4 when the league may be operating without a labor deal, while most teams wrote into coaches contracts reduced pay for 2011 if game ...

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Braves brand super suites

The Atlanta Braves are developing two new branded super suites catering to separate audiences at Turner Field. The team is consolidating four regular suites midlevel beyond the right-field foul pole that often went unsold into two larger 50-person units for the 2011 season. One skybox will be marke ...

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Rangers refashion executive team

The Texas Rangers’ hire last week of former Boston Red Sox executive Joe Januszewski to be executive vice president for business partnerships and development completed a dramatic executive reshaping that owner Chuck Greenberg believes will help transform the club. Januszewski, whose eight-year run ...

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FC Dallas focuses on young adults

FC Dallas hopes a new ticketing strategy will help channel the club’s on-field success in 2010 into better attendance in 2011. The team, which lost to the Colorado Rapids in the 2010 MLS Cup, posted the league’s third-worst attendance numbers last season. GETTY IMAGES FC Dallas ...

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RSN buys D.C. blog sites

Continuing its strategy to build up its online news and analysis operations, Comcast SportsNet’s Mid-Atlantic regional sports network bought two Washington, D.C.-area blogs that cover the Redskins and the Nationals. Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic picked up RealRedskins.com and NatsInsider.com for a ...

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Pistons price hovers at $350M

The bidding price for the Detroit Pistons is expected to range around the $350 million mark, below the previously estimated $400 million-plus price floated when the team began looking for buyers this past summer. According to sources, the latest bids for the franchise are in the mid-$300 million ra ...

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Red Bulls hire communications exec

Jurgen Mainka, former director of marketing and communications for the 2022 U.S. World Cup bid committee, has joined the New York Red Bulls as vice president of communications. Mainka will start with the club in mid-February. Mainka will report directly to Red Bulls Managing Director Erik Stover an ...

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Economou hired as EVP at MSG Sports

Madison Square Garden Sports has hired industry veteran Greg Economou as executive vice president of revenue performance. In what is a newly created job at MSG, Economou will be responsible for revenue generation and performance across all MSG Sports properties, which include the New York Knicks, N ...

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Nationals roll out new microsite as quick pitch for season ticket ...

The Washington Nationals last week launched a microsite designed to spur season-ticket sales for next season. The site, nationals.com/2011, was created with the aid of MLB Advanced Media and the team’s advertising and branding agency of record, Forty Forty. The intent is to create a more s ...

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Conjuring a turnaround in D.C.

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