Month: July 2020

Colin Kaepernick Signs Partnership Deal with Disney, ESPN

While Colin Kaepernick’s future on the football field remains to be seen, the former NFL quarterback who has inspired thousands of athletes to take a knee for social justice is […]

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Gym Struggles

Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, retail real estate companies banked on solid performance from gyms. Gyms filled large footprints and offered a service that was hard to replicate online, while […]

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Without Live Matches, Wimbledon Serves Up More Digital Content

Summer in the United Kingdom is always headlined by one marquee event: Wimbledon. From the ‘who’s who’ of celebrities crowding around the Royal Box to strawberries and cream, The Championships […]

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More College Pain

Learfield IMG College is reportedly asking schools for 60-day delays on payments for their radio, marketing, and sponsorship rights deals. The requests also include restructuring deals to reduce or eliminate […]

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Weekend Recap

While the NFL has trimmed two games from the preseason, the NFL Players Association board voted to eliminate the other two games as well. The recommendation might not be considered […]

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New Names Coming

The Washington NFL Team could have a new name by September because of mounting pressure from partners, investors and NFL officials to abandon its Redskins moniker. The organization, which has […]

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Looking For A Hit

The 2020 baseball season was supposed to be a farewell tour for the Pawtucket Red Sox as the Triple-A team prepared to move to Worcester, Mass., next season. But with […]

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Microsoft’s Next Bid

Just weeks after Microsoft announced that it was shutting down its streaming service Mixer, the company is reportedly interested in acquiring Warner Bros.’ games division, according to The Information. The […]

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U.S. Welcomes Back Tennis Fans At DraftKings All-American Team Cup

2020 has been a tough year for tennis players and fans alike. Two of the four Grand Slam events over the summer were drastically altered due to the coronavirus pandemic, […]

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Hot Dog

The Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest has established itself as an annual July 4 television tradition. For 17 straight years, ESPN has aired the event live, helping turn competitive […]

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