Wednesday, June 13, 2018
North American Joint Bid Beats Out Morocco For '26 World Cup
The United Bid won in a "landslide vote, 134-65," and will mark the "first time three countries have shared the planet’s most popular sporting event."
Fox' World Cup Ad Inventory In High Demand; Only Few Spots Remain
Network has benefited from companies that had advertising money set aside "for an extended NBA Finals run."
Tickets Still Available For This Year's World Cup One Day Before It Starts
America is responsible for the most tickets bought outside of the host country despite USMNT not qualifying.
AT&T Set Up To Be Major Media Player With Time Warner Approval
The telco now gets a big role in sports via Turner's assets, such as the NBA, NCAA Tournament and MLB Postseason.
PGA Tour Expected To Announce Return To Minnesota Next Week
As part of PGA Tour's new schedule, source says RBC Canadian Open will be held immediately before the U.S. Open in '19.
Washington Athletics Among Tops In Country With Recent Success
UW is now in the discussion of schools that have the "most complete athletic department in the country."
Ross Initiative In Sports For Equality Searching For New CEO
Current RISE CEO Jocelyn Benson is stepping down as she runs for Secretary of State in Michigan.