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SBJ Article Published March 08, 2010
Losing NYC2012 Olympic bid...
SBD Article Published April 16, 2007
...Games “could be the same issue that brought down” NYC2012.
Chicago is expected to compete with Rio de Janeiro, Madrid, Rome, Tokyo and Prague to host the 2016 Olympics, with bid applications due by September 15 to the IOC. IOC President Jacques Rogge: “The bi
SBD Article Published May 31, 2006
SI’s Peter King reported N.Y. Deputy Mayor and NYC2012 Founder Dan Doctoroff is the “latest name I hear...
The NFL “has proposed playing two regular-season games outside the [U.S.] starting in 2008,” according to Roy Kammerer of the AP. The games would be played in Mexico, Canada, the U.K. and Germany, whe
SBD Article Published May 08, 2006
NBA and NYC2012 PR exec, was named Senior Dir of Brand PR for Mil...
Tribune Entertainment President & CEO DICK ASKIN is stepping down May 17, at which time Tribune Broadcasting President & CEO JOHN REARDON will oversee the company (HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, 5/8)....Tennis M
SBD Article Published October 17, 2005
Also, ESPN named former NYC2012 marketing exec CHAD BLANKENSHIP Associate
The Dodgers named CAMILLE JOHNSTON Senior VP/Communications. For the last four years, Johnston was VP/Corporate Communications at Rodale, and prior to that, she served as a Senior White House Aide in
SBD Article Published September 30, 2005
...Colorado Springs Sports Corporation named former NYC2012
SportsNet New York (SNY), which will launch in spring ’06, named CURT GOWDY JR. VP/Production & Exec Producer, STEVE RAAB VP/Marketing & Business Development and GARY MORGENSTERN Dir of Programming (S
SBD Article Published September 27, 2005
...Most recently, O’Reilly was a marketing exec with NYC2012, and prior
In this week’s SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, Terry Lefton reports the NFL named PETER O’REILLY Dir of Marketing, reporting to VP & Exec Creative Dir MICHAEL CAPIRASO. Most recently, O’Reilly was a marketing
SBD Article Published September 12, 2005
In this week’s SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, Terry Lefton reports RLR Associates agent MAURY GOSTFRAND has founded his own talent agency, Manhattan-based Vision Sports Group. Gostfrand will continue to rep Yankees manager JOE TORRE and NFL Giants DE MICHAEL STRAHAN for marketing deals. Meanwhile, MasterCard named NFL Manager of Corporate Sponsorships JUSTIN BYCZEK Dir of Sponsorships. MLB’s BRIAN CULL will replace Byczek (SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, 9/12 issue)....Aloha Stadium Manager EDDI...
In this week’s SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, Terry Lefton reports RLR Associates agent MAURY GOSTFRAND has founded his own talent agency, Manhattan-based Vision Sports Group. Gostfrand will continue to rep
SBD Article Published August 29, 2005
...NYC2012 Managing Dir JAY KRIEGEL announced the organizati...
Former Titans President JEFF DIAMOND has been hired by the Predators to help the team “increase its corporate season-ticket sales base.” Diamond will continue his role as Ingram Group Senior Consultan
SBD Article Published July 27, 2005
...Feuerstein said his “contact with some members of NYC2012,
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley “has given the go-ahead to officials both inside his administration and business leaders on the outside to pursue a serious” bid for the city to host the 2016 Games, accord
SBD Article Published July 15, 2005
N.Y. Deputy Mayor and NYC2012 Founder Dan Doctoroff said that the 60 full-time... staff members of NYC2012 “are seeking other jobs and the group’s Manhattan...
N.Y. Deputy Mayor and NYC2012 Founder Dan Doctoroff said that the 60 full-time staff members of NYC2012 “are seeking other jobs and the group’s Manhattan office is being packed up, inventoried and shu
SBD Article Published July 11, 2005
Cost Of NYC2012 Bid Estimated At $50M N.Y. Mayor Michael Bloomberg indicated that the NYC2012’s failed bid for the 2012 N.Y. Deputy Mayor and NYC2012 Founder Dan Doctoroff in Singapore last week.
N.Y. Mayor Michael Bloomberg indicated that the NYC2012’s failed bid for the 2012 Olympics cost $50M, according to Frank Lombardi of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. Bloomberg noted 100% of the cost “was private