Monday, April 6, 2020
No play but still pay? Leagues, unions working out details
The fate of player salaries is not immediately clear in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, but leagues and players associations are negotiating as games remain on hold.
MLB teams launch content to stay connected to fans
From the Padres' Social Hour to the Marlins simulating their season-opening game against the Phillies via "MLB The Show 20," teams are finding ways to engage with fans.
Greg Brown leaves legacy of Learfield growth, deep relationships
A pioneer in the multimedia rights space, Brown helped shepherd Learfield IMG College into a new era, and after 36 years, hands the baton to Cole Gahagan.
World Congress Came To You
At our virtual conference, leaders and influencers discussed their approach to the industry amid crisis and how it will change when the games resume.
Closing Shot: Shot Heard Round The World
Following the March 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, NCAA Tournament officials faced a tough decision: Should the title game go on?