Month: March 2021

NBCUniversal Focused on Sports for USA Network Comeback

Once a hot primetime channel, USA has since lost value for cord-cutters, but NBCU is making an effort to build the cable network back up.

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The Exodus of Chinese Money from European Soccer

Just a few years ago, Chinese investors had majority stakes in over 20 European soccer teams. Now many of them are selling.

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Tom Brady Rookie Card Sells for Record $1.32 Million

A Tom Brady rookie card sold at auction house PWCC Marketplace this week for $1.32 million, a record for football trading cards.

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No Timberwolves Bid from Kevin Garnett as Drama Continues

NBA Champion and Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett is no longer in the running to buy the Minnesota Timberwolves from current owner Glen Taylor.

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TNT Sells Out NBA All-Star Ads for Sunday's Contest

Turner Sports sold out all of its ads for Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game. The network bundled playoff ad space with the All-Star Game.

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John Skipper’s Meadowlark in Talks with Wasserman, DraftKings

John Skipper and Dan Le Batard’s Meadowlark Media are in talks for possible financing with Wasserman and DraftKings, said sources.

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Fans Ignore NBA’s Plea to Watch ASG from Home

The NBA and Atlanta Mayor have asked fans to not travel to the city or go to All-Star Game events this weekend.

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Dallas Mavericks Now Accepting Dogecoin

The Dallas Mavericks will now allow ticket and merchandise purchases with Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency started as a joke in 2013.

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National Wrestling Alliance Returns with Help from Smashing Pumpkins Rocker

Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan is leading the National Wrestling Alliance on its post-pandemic comeback.

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Shaquille O'Neal's Long List of Business Investments

Shaquille O’Neal has co-founded Majority — an ad agency focused on diversity. His continued presence in the business world is undeniable.

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