THE DAILY each day this week is presenting the results from the eighth annual SportsBusiness Daily/SportsBusiness Journal readers survey on the state of the sports industry. Today, we look at an overview of facilities and the best of the rest. Turnkey Sports & Entertainment partnered with SBD/SBJ on the survey.
Recent naming-rights deal that will be the most effective for both the brand and the property
|Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.||53%|
|MetLife Stadium, Meadowlands, N.J.||24%|
|Farmers Field, Los Angeles||18%|
How much is too much for a beer at a sporting event?
|$10 or more||11%|
City that will solve the Sacramento Kings' arena issue
|Virginia Beach, Va.||3%|
If you could go to one of the storied sports venues below that you haven't been to before, what would it be?
What should facilities and teams focus on to improve the fan experience?
|Video/scoreboard system location/quality||15%|
Note: Readers could make three selections.
Who will build a new ballpark first?
|Tampa Bay Rays||28%|
Has the UFC peaked in popularity or is there room for more growth?
|Room for groth||39%|
Biggest issue facing the IOC
|Easing the financial burden on host cities||45%|
|Finding ways to appeal to youth||17%|
|Fixing ticket issues for future Olympics||10%|
|Selecting a new president||7%|
|Overhauling the TOP sponsorship program||7%|
Grade NBC’s broadcast of the
Grade the London Games
Are sports agents more or less powerful than they were 10 years ago?
If you could play one golf course, it would be
If you could watch only one golf event a year, it would be
When will the U.S. Tennis Association build a roof on Arthur Ashe Stadium for the U.S. Open?
|5 years or more||28%|
If you could watch only one tennis event a year, it would be