Month: August 2020

The Return: How Resuming Sports Can Learn From Tourism

(Satsifi Labs is a proud partner of Front Office Sports)  Live sports are returning to North America, albeit primarily without fans. But with the NFL season quickly approaching, will we […]

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PGA Tour to Roll Out TOURPulse, an AI-Based Interactive Leaderboard

“Fans can’t be on-site, so the more that we can do to have fan interaction and fan engagement while they’re at home watching is something that the Tour is very focused on,” said PGA TOUR Senior Vice President of Digital Operations Scott Gutterman.

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Latest Sports Arena Voting Rights Initiative Secures 7 Facilities

On the heels of LeBron James-founded coalition More Than A Vote securing Dodger Stadium and a handful of other sports facilities for polling sites come November, another similar organization has […]

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Videos Show Deputy was Aggressor With Raptors President Masai Ujiri

The bodycam video showed Ujiri, who is Black, approaching the court where he was stopped and grabbed by Strickland. Strickland, who is white, told Ujiri to “back the (expletive) up” before Strickland pushed Ujiri, who had attempted to show his credentials.

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Q&A: Jason Wright On Becoming NFL’s First Black Team President

Jason Wright, the first Black president of an NFL team, says playing under a Black head coach and a Black GM showed him there was space for him at the NFL executive level.

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More Layoffs

Sports are back, but team layoffs continue. Tepper Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte FC, announced Tuesday it furloughed more than 16 employees and laid off […]

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Sound Partner

Amazon continues its foray into broadcast rights, announcing a three-year deal with Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders FC. Prime Video now has exclusive digital streaming rights for all non-national broadcasts […]

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Big League Bubble

Major League Baseball appears to be moving closer toward a bubble for its postseason after struggling with canceled games because of positive COVID-19 tests among teams. Locations in Southern California […]

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Lost Exposure

Adidas, Nike and Under Armour stand to be some of the companies hit the hardest by college sports postponements, as each brand has millions tied up in school contracts. A […]

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Vox Media Agrees to $4 Million Settlement with SB Nation Workers

Vox Media agreed to a $4 million settlement over allegations it violated labor laws by underpaying SB Nation managers and content creators, according to court papers filed in a Washington […]

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