Month: February 2020

Tony Romo to Stay With CBS for $17 Million Annually

Tony Romo is re-signing with CBS Sports in a deal that will make him the highest-paid sportscaster in history. Romo will make an estimated $17 million a year under a […]

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Sporting Kansas City Whiskey Distilled From Unique Partnership

Over multiple nights of whiskeys, J. Rieger & Co. Owner Andy Rieger and Sporting Kansas City President and CEO Jake Reid solved at least one of the world’s problems.  The […]

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Renamed PLL Seeks Fan Data and Simplicity With Ticketmaster Deal

When Paul Rabil’s tour-based Premier Lacrosse League launched last season, it played in 13 different venues and used six different ticketing partners. The lack of consistency on the ticketing front […]

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MLS Eyes New TV Deal to Catch Up to Rival Leagues

MLS is set to kickoff its 25th season this weekend, with a keen eye over the next decade towards growing revenue streams and raising the league’s status worldwide. A certain […]

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New Research and Course Offerings to Enhance Revamped Undergraduate Sports Curriculum at NYU School of Professional Studies Preston Robert Tisch Institute for Global Sport

(New York University is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) New York City has at times been referred to as the center of the universe. For the sports world, […]

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Shot Callers: Maribeth Towers, SVP of Consumer Products, Major League Soccer

Major League Soccer celebrates its 25th anniversary this season with the league’s brand stronger than ever. As a result, MLS will look to roll out a number of consumer products […]

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MLS Data Deal Adds Stadium Cameras for Player Tracking and Prop Bets

MLS has entered a multi-year agreement with Second Spectrum to provide the league with on-field tracking data that will improve game broadcasts and fan engagement through sports betting.  Beginning this […]

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America’s Team: Cowboys Still Winning in T.V. Ratings

The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions. But they’re not “America’s Team.” That distinction belongs today, tomorrow and for the foreseeable future to the Dallas Cowboys. By any business […]

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Esports Chess League Taps Streaming and Quick Pace for Growth

Two decades after being recognized as a sport by the International Olympic Committee, chess is still fighting to overcome a staid reputation for lengthy matches marked only by whispered commentary […]

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Top Women’s Basketball Programs Chasing Wins on Social and On Court

As the Oregon women’s basketball team’s senior class rolls on to success and senior forward Sabrina Ionescu finishes up a historic career, the school’s marketing department is firing on all […]

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