Featured Story

With eye on cost, nutrition, team brings own cook

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on

John Youk looks up from a camouflage grill beneath a tent at Kentucky Speedway and eyes a Sprint Tower in the distance. He scans the numbers for Stewart-Haas drivers. “Patrick’s third fastest,” he says, nodding. “Stewart’s quick, sixth. We’ve got hot cars. Oh y...

Read More

Tags: Franchises

More Stories

07/21/14
SEC Net dodging distribution battles

Editor’s note: This story includes updates to the print edition. It looks like the ESPN-owned SEC Network will be able to sidestep the normally combative distribution battles often associated with the launch of new sports channels. The network’s carriage talks are progressing s ...

Tags: Media

07/21/14
James assists Fox RSNs in two markets

LeBron James’ move to Cleveland could benefit Fox Sports as much as the Cavaliers over the next few seasons. That’s because the media company, which owns both FS Ohio and Sun Sports in Florida, gained the upper hand in its leverage position in both markets when the teams’ media ...

Tags: Media

07/21/14
Sports Media

W ith a successful Brazil event in the rearview mirror, here are a few thoughts on the next World Cup, which Fox Sports will produce from Russia in 2018: Looking for an American voice Soccer fans hate the idea of Gus Johnson as Fox&rs ...

Tags: Media

07/21/14
Nets take different approaches

The sports documentary market is as frothy as it’s ever been, thanks largely to the sports channels that are increasingly finding room on their schedules for the genre. “The networks are definitely eyeing sports documentaries, and they’re definitely taking advantage of it,&rdquo ...

Tags: In-Depth, Media

07/21/14
NFL draws up doc strategy

The NFL is reaching into the worlds of Hollywood and popular music for two documentary series that the league hopes will broaden its appeal beyond football fans. One documentary carries the working title “The Making of a Super Bowl Halftime Show” and aims to provide a behind-the-scene ...

Tags: In-Depth, Media

07/21/14
Sports documentaries catch fire

A year ago, Mike Tollin sat in the Manhattan office of his friend, HBO Sports President Ken Hershman, and pitched the idea for a documentary on NBA hall of famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. An accomplished producer and director, Tollin has been part of hundreds of these types of meetings over his career ...

Tags: In-Depth, Media

07/21/14
CBS to show more PBR events

Professional Bull Riders has extended its media rights deal with CBS in a move that will increase the number of events that will be carried by the broadcast network to 14 a year, up from 10 annually. CBS would not disclose how much it is paying PBR as part of the new multiyear deal, which is expe ...

Tags: Media

07/14/14
Volar, Sporting News create new portal

Volar Video, the Kentucky-based company that runs youth sports destination iHigh.com, has partnered with Sporting News Media to create Team 1 Sports, a new online portal for all forms of amateur sports. The new digital network, at Team1Sports.com, builds upon the existing streaming infrastructure ...

Tags: Media

07/14/14
OneTwoSee hooks up with LG, Bloomberg

OneTwoSee, a Philadelphia-based startup provider of second-screen experiences for sports, has launched with TV manufacturer LG Electronics and Bloomberg Sports a connected TV experience that blends live video with stats, scores, analytics and other data. In the initiative, first mentioned earlier ...

Tags: Media

07/14/14
NBC Sports Ventures inks Spartan Race

NBC Sports Ventures has added another business to its portfolio by signing a joint marketing and media rights agreement with obstacle-race organizer Spartan Race.  The deal gives NBC the exclusive broadcast, cable and digital rights to the Reebok Spartan Race series. It also becomes the excl ...

Tags: Media

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug