Featured Story

Moving tickets on campus

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 24 / 15

Editor’s note: This story is revised from the print edition. When Oregon visited Stanford four years ago in a showdown of top-10 teams, the most expensive ticket was $40. This season, when the Ducks return to Palo Alto, a ticket will cost as much as $120 through Stanford’s dyna...

Read More

Tags: In-Depth, College Football Preview

More Stories

03/19/07
Sports properties get some TV time

In a skit that will air on “MADtv” in May, they’ll see Tank at the track, haplessly trying to lure ladies into watching the race from the back seat of his Daewoo, and ultimately ending up alone when they ride off in a golf cart with driver Carl Edwards. Sarah Ne ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/19/07
Athletes hope books will inspire children

Alex Rodriguez really did awaken at 5 a.m. to practice hitting and fielding when he was a child — and after working up a sweat, then went to school in the same odoriferous clothes. And A-Rod did struggle with developing self-confidence on the baseball field. ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/19/07
Supersized audiences draw artists

Often in business, success is borne from the competition. And perhaps in sports no case is more illustrative of this maxim than the Super Bowl halftime show. A major entertainment spectacle in its own right today, the big game’s halftime features major musicians who ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/19/07
Brand takes a chance on movies

Some NBA players get fan letters mailed to them at their team offices. Los Angeles Clipper Elton Brand gets screenplays. “Rescue Dawn” is a new movie co-produced by the Clippers’ Elton Brand, (below) shown with his wife at the film’s screening. Brand’s advisers h ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/19/07
Sports films play role of underdog

Mark Ciardi was living the life of a Hollywood dreamer, trying to launch a career as a movie producer from an office in his garage, when he came across the story of Jim Morris, a high school baseball coach who was on the verge of making it to the big leagues with the Texas Rangers. ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/19/07
HBO boxing series gets prime real estate

The intersection of sports and entertainment will hit HBO next month when the network launches a reality sports documentary series in one of television’s most coveted entertainment time slots. The show will promote the May 5 Oscar De La Hoya- Floyd Mayweather bout ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/19/07
DVD distributor scores quickly with BCS deal

Drive the streets of Boise, Idaho, through the old city and up to Towne Square Mall, out onto the highways that wind out of town, through the snow-capped Rockies, and, all along the way, you will cross paths with it. You can buy it in the supermarkets. In the co ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/19/07
NASCAR, Clarkson try ‘swapping fan bases’

By the time Kelly Clarkson’s third album is released this summer, she will have performed at the Daytona 500, appeared in a NASCAR commercial and served as ambassador for NASCAR Day. Kelly Clarkson chats with driver Kasey Kahne and performs at Daytona (below). ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/12/07
Sports properties get some TV time

In a skit that will air on “MADtv” in May, they’ll see Tank at the track, haplessly trying to lure ladies into watching the race from the back seat of his Daewoo, and ultimately ending up alone when they ride off in a golf cart with driver Carl Edwards. Sarah Ne ...

Tags: In-Depth

03/12/07
Sports properties get some TV time

In a skit that will air on “MADtv” in May, they’ll see Tank at the track, haplessly trying to lure ladies into watching the race from the back seat of his Daewoo, and ultimately ending up alone when they ride off in a golf cart with driver Carl Edwards. Sarah Ne ...

Tags: In-Depth

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug