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Volume 26 No. 178

Friday, January 31, 2020

Volume 26 No. 94

Young Stars, Offensive Fireworks Could Boost Super Bowl Audience

Last year's audience of 98.2 million viewers was the first time since '10 that the event was "less than 100 million viewers."

Polarizing Joe Buck Prepares For Sixth Super Bowl Call On Fox

The veteran announcer "does his homework and he doesn't take himself too seriously" while delivering an "understated" call.

Some Brands Sit Out Of Super Bowl With Rising Ad Costs, Other Factors

Companies are coming up with "ways to get attention at this time of year without the cost and headache of suiting up for the game."

Attorneys For Nassar Victims Say USAG's $215M Offer Not Enough

One attorney who reps the victims called the $215M offer a "'starting point' but not nearly enough."

SEC Reports $721M In Revenue For FY '18-19, Still Behind Big Ten

Commissioner Greg Sankey was credited with $2.4M in base compensation, a $500,000 increase from a year earlier.

WWE Parts Ways With Influential Co-Presidents, Barrios, Wilson

WWE's two main shows -- "Raw" and "SmackDown" -- have seen ratings drop around 20% each in past two years.

MLS, Nashville SC Put Pressure On Mayor For Stadium Solution

MLS Commissioner Don Garber made it clear that Nashville wouldn't have a team "without the commitment made by the city to build a soccer stadium."