Month: September 2020

Clippers Progress

The Los Angeles Clippers are moving closer to their future $1.8 billion arena. Inglewood City Council approved the sale of 13 parcels of land for $66.25 million to the Clippers-controlled […]

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Bringing SexyBat

Ten-time Grammy Award winner Justin Timberlake is the latest big name to join the effort to bring an MLB expansion team to Nashville, officially joining the group as an investor […]

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Watson vs. Mahomes

The NFL kicks off tonight as the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Texans […]

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ESPN To Show Protesting Players And Singing of Black National Anthem

ESPN is planning live coverage of player protests and singing of the Black national anthem during Week 1 of “Monday Night Football.”

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Canelo Alvarez Files $280 Million Lawsuit Against DAZN, Others

Canelo Alvarez filed a $280 million breach of contract lawsuit against streaming service DAZN, boxer-turned-promoter Oscar De La Hoya and De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions on Sept. 8.  The […]

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Justin Timberlake Joins Effort to Bring MLB to Nashville

As MLB moves through the back third of its embattled, pandemic-shortened regular season, an intriguing effort is growing off the field.  An initiative that includes former Red Sox president Dave […]

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DAZN Lays Off Dozens Amid Global Strategy Shift

DAZN’s global staff was reported to be about 2,600 people based in 25 countries in March, meaning the cuts would affect around 52 employees.

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San Francisco 49ers Select Recipients of Social Justice Grants

The San Francisco 49ers have selected nine recipients for portions of the $1 million grant from CEO Jed York that was announced May 30 following the police killing of George […]

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Olympic Channel Combats Canceled Summer With Continued Growth

With the Tokyo Games being postponed until July 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Olympic Games is using its OTT platform, the Olympic Channel, to ensure that fans stay connected with the competition.

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Tom Brady Launching Eyewear Line With Christopher Cloos

The brand is currently in 25 countries, 35 states and 500 stores across the globe, but is now looking to America for further growth given some of the logistical challenges found in Europe.

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