8/24/2015 Vol. 18 - No. 19
- Featured Stories
Taking it to the TOP
IOC resurrects plan to sign sponsor in professional services.
NBA creating more options for TNT's Thursday night games.
A matter of antitrust
NLRB's decision on college athlete unionization puts focus back on lawsuits.
Staying at the beach
Toyota extends title sponsorship of Grand Prix of Long Beach.
- Marketing and Sponsorship
- A-B to bring Busch back to NASCAR
- Lexus renews USGA sponsorship through 2020
- Toyota, Long Beach keep rolling
- SI makes campus its new digital destination
- NBA creates more options on Thursday nights
- Young guns riding to golf ratings’ rescue?
- Promo? ‘Madden NFL 16’ has a blockbuster
- Patrick, with multiple roles, proves there’s life after ESPN
- Cherry joins Devils/Prudential Center as CMO
- LAFC hires Jamie Guin as franchise prepares to join MLS in ’18
- Packers’ Titletown District to cost up to $130M, debut in 2017
- Labor and Agents
- Stealth SME, Goodwin jointly representing two NBA rookies
- Focus returns to college antitrust cases
- IOC gives category fresh eye
- Rio’s ticket resale program is broadest yet
- In Depth
- Moving tickets on campus
- College football ticket pricing in the power five
- What does it take to get students to the games?
- New stipends put spotlight on colleges’ math
- Events and Attractions
- PGA Championship sales of merchandise up 10 percent
- Churchill taps Ticketmaster for Derby ticketing
- Cartoon: A star is born
- How rookies can budget their earnings in the ‘Ballers’ era
- UFC appeal highlights First Amendment issue for sports
- How teams, leagues can program for the millennial fan
- Coast to Coast
- Coast to Coast
- People and Pop Culture
- People: Executive transactions
- Faces and Places
- Plugged In: Steve Keener, CEO, Little League International
- How ‘Friday Night Lights’ flickered to life
- In the Office: SportsBusiness Journal