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Kermode shares his take on ATP

04 / 14 / 14

Chris Kermode in January became the fifth leader of the ATP since its current incarnation in 1990. He took over for the late Brad Drewett, a popular ex-player who won steep prize money increases from the Grand Slam events before his 15-month tenu...

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09/05/11
ATP shifts control of scoring data

A split ATP board of directors last week voted to take control of tournament scoring data away from the events and ultimately sell the bundled data to a third party, with outgoing executive chairman Adam Helfant breaking a deadlock between tournament and player representatives in favor of the latter ...

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09/05/11
Drivers fanning out to promote Chase

After seven years of taking all the drivers who qualify for its postseason to New York for a media blitz, NASCAR is shifting its promotional strategy to focus on the markets where those drivers will race. The sanctioning body will scatter the 12 drivers who qualify for this year’s Chase for ...

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09/05/11
NFL boosts in-venue fantasy stats

The NFL, working to keep its stadiums filled this season, is upgrading its official game statistics platform to satisfy fantasy league players attending the games. Graphics will show real-time statistics. The NF ...

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09/05/11
Timeline tightens for NBA

NBA Commissioner David Stern emerged from last week’s first collective-bargaining session in a month with a message: We’re going to keep talking. For many observers who have seen the gap remain wide between labor and management, that’s about as positive a tone as could have bee ...

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09/05/11
NFL strikes up music deal

The NFL has signed a multiyear deal with Banshee Music that will give the league more control over the pop tunes its teams use in-stadium, on television and online. The first three songs from the deal with Banshee Music will b ...

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08/29/11
USTA signs Smith to new term

The U.S. Tennis Association, which owns and operates the U.S. Open, has signed Gordon Smith to a second four-year term as executive director, taking him through 2015. The terms of the deal, Smith said, are similar to his first deal, which expires Dec. 31. He earned an average of $1.15 million a y ...

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08/22/11
Selig targets draftee pay

“So how much over slot did you pay?” That was a frequently overheard question among owners and team executives at these August meetings, which have turned in part into an annual scolding from MLB Commissioner Bud Selig on draft pick compensation. ...

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08/22/11
Nets, YES settle dispute

YES Network and the New Jersey Nets quietly settled their cable rights fee dispute in May, several weeks before an arbitrator was due to rule on it. The new deal gives YES the Nets’ TV rights through the 2031-32 season – a 10-year extension that was the main reason why the Nets origin ...

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08/22/11
NFL, union alter licensing strategy

The NFL and NFL Players Association have agreed to a new 10-year sponsorship and licensing agreement that will pay hundreds of millions of dollars to the union over the next decade while for the first time giving team sponsors, in addition to league sponsors, group players rights. In another new ...

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08/22/11
PGA Tour nails title sponsor challenges

Heading into an unsettled 2010 season, when corporate spending was tight and Tiger Woods was absent, the PGA Tour faced the unenviable task of filling more than one-quarter of its title sponsorships. Prospects, it’s safe to say, were grim. Now, a little more than 18 months later, the tour h ...

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