Since 1994, Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Daily has provided the top decision-makers in sports with real-time industry news, allowing them to make more informed business decisions.
SportsBusiness Daily is relevant, contemporary and edgy. Each day, to cut through the clutter and save our readers precious time, SportsBusiness Daily monitors hundreds of respected media sources: daily metropolitan newspapers; weekly business journals; the top sports, business and news periodicals; sports, news and business television and radio shows; and some of the industry's leading Internet publications. We provide our high-end readers – consisting of team owners; top TV network, league and marketing executives; attorneys; corporate sponsors and other Fortune 500 companies – with the essential information they need to perform their jobs effectively. We provide not only the substance of today's news, but also the "spin," while original features from our experienced staff provide in-depth analysis of the industry's latest trends.
Its sister publication, Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Daily Global, was launched in June 2012. The Daily Global brings the same thorough and disciplined journalistic approach to covering sports business news stories throughout the world. On a daily basis, its editorial team will follow more than 200 local language publications and media outlets across Europe, Asia and the BRIC countries. Areas of industry coverage will include media, TV/Digital; marketing and sponsorships; technology; teams, leagues and other properties/governing bodies; facilities and franchises; and people/names in the news.
Sports Business Journal
Since 1999, Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal has provided the critical news and information that sports industry leaders need to compete, negotiate and succeed.
Sports Business Journal provides coverage of the deals, trades, contracts and boardroom power plays that shape the rapidly changing sports landscape. Regular columns cover every aspect of the industry, from media and marketing to finance, facilities and labor. With bureaus in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Charlotte, and a network that includes more than 80 reporters and editors across the country, SportsBusiness Journal provides readers with the breaking news stories that are crucial to their success. In addition, weekly In-Depth reports give readers the analysis they need to make sense of the topics that are most important to the industry. The publication's influence extends beyond the pages of the magazine through a variety of special events and awards series, including the World Congress of Sports, the Forty Under 40 Awards and the Sports Business Awards.