Month: January 2020

ESPN Going All-In for Zion Williamson’s NBA Debut

Zion Williamson of the New Orleans Pelicans is expected to make his NBA regular-season debut against the San Antonio Spurs on January 22. If viewers don’t tune in to ESPN […]

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Office Hours: Arash Markazi Talks The State of Los Angeles Sports

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Powered by RedCircle Welcome to a new episode of Office Hours: a podcast where Front Office Sports CEO Adam White has a discussion with figures from throughout the […]

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49ers Show Appreciation For Fans Using Loop & Tie

(Loop & Tie is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) It’s common practice for professional sports teams to reward their most loyal supporters and season ticket holders with a […]

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Arizona State, Chase Field Paving Way for Expanded NCAA, MLB Ballpark Partnerships

Chase Field opened its gates to Arizona State’s wrestling team on Saturday, Jan. 11, and, in doing so, became the first ballpark to host a collegiate wrestling event in history.  […]

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Thunder City Edition Uniforms A Piece Of A Deeper Partnership

The Oklahoma City Thunder’s City Edition uniforms this year have a unique, more profound meaning – and a partnership at its heart. The uniforms are paying homage to the 25th […]

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NASCAR’s New Sponsorship Model Speeding Along

NASCAR gambled that its new sponsorship model would intrigue marketing partners enough to double down on existing deals. The bet has so far paid off, as brands have found the […]

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Sources: Bill Simmons Wants $200 Million For The Ringer

Bill Simmons wants roughly $200 million from Spotify Technology or other bidders looking to purchase The Ringer, sources told Front Office Sports.  However, given the current media environment, sources said […]

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ESPN Being More ‘Strategic’ With New Podcasts

At ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, Tom Ricks has quickly become one of the network’s most in-demand executives. Ricks, vice president of audio digital strategy and marketing, is the ESPN […]

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How Black Panther And Iron Man Found A Home With The Brooklyn Nets

Mark Fine has seen the power of bobbleheads in professional sports first hand. In July 2017, as executive director of marketing for the New York Mets, the team worked with […]

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Tokyo Olympics Kicking Off NBC’s Peacock Streaming Service Sports Strategy

NBCUniveral’s over-the-top streaming service, Peacock, is getting set to launch in April to take on the likes of Netflix, HBO, and ESPN’s parent company Disney in the highly-contested streaming wars […]

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