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Kids’ vacation viewing habits open this TV writer’s eyes

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 18 / 14

E very time I write about the threat of cord cutting, media executives tell me not to believe what my eyes are telling me. The execs roll out statistics that show people aren’t cutting the cord nearly as much as reporters are writing about ...

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12 ways we'll rebound in 2002

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Tough racial barrier falls at N.D.

N otre Dame may have cracked one of sports' toughest racial barriers by hiring Tyrone Willingham as its head football coach on New Year's Day. While there have been a handful of other African-American head coaches in college football, this is sports ...

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Moss revealed some truths

M ost major honors for the National Football League season await the outcome of the current playoffs, but the one for most memorable quote was nailed down more than a month ago. Randy Moss, the Minnesota Vikings' talented and highly paid young pass ...

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Critique of MLB finances lacking

O ver the past several years, a number of officials in the commissioner's office (including me) have received communications from Professor Andrew Zimbalist proclaiming his neutrality as an observer of the economics of professional sports, specifica ...

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Déjà vu all over again for MLB

T he calendar now reads 2002 and further informs us that baseball spring training is scheduled to begin in just over a month. The sports pages tell us that negotiations for a contract between the players and team owners, to replace the one that expi ...

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PR e-mail technique right on

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First on the Internet, still strong

The Dec. 17 edition of Street & Smith SportsBusiness Journal includes an article regarding the merger of Myteam.com and Active Networks. The article states that "the last two dot.coms serving the participatory sports market are merging." Many of ...

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Trade-show treasures no secret

I read your article "NASCAR finds treasure in trade-show aisles" in the Nov. 26 issue. I congratulate NASCAR for finding what we have been doing for 15 years at Penn State Sports Marketing — visit prospects and clients at their shows. The Food Marketi ...

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