Month: June 2021

The Athletic, New York Times Reportedly End Acquisition Talks

Acquisition talks between The Athletic and The New York times ultimately broke down over money, according to a report.

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U.S. Open: Largest Purse Among Golf's Four Majors On Line

Phil Mickelson is gunning for a career grand slam at this weekend’s U.S. Open, as he adds to a legacy with few parallels.

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NBC Seeking Record Amount for Super Bowl Spots

NBC is reportedly asking $6 million for a 30-second Super Bowl commercial spot. CBS asked for $5.5 million per spot last year.

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Super Bowl Rivals Come Together on ‘Madden’ 22 Cover

Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady will share the cover of ‘Madden 22,’ bringing together the NFL’s two biggest names.

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ByteDance More Than Doubles Its 2020 Revenue

ByteDance, the owner of TikTok reported $34.3 billion in revenue for 2020 with gross profit reaching $19 billion.

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Senate Hearings Highlight Tensions Over NIL Bill

During Senate NIL hearings, witnesses agreed that athletes should get NIL rights, and almost all expressed support for a federal law. But two points of contention emerged.

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Celebrating 10 years of the Ohio University PMSA

(Ohio University is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) First introduced in the Fall of 2010, Ohio University’s Professional Master of Sports Administration (PMSA) program — a blend of […]

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MLB Controversy Has Big Implications for Players’ Earnings

Major League Baseball’s crackdown on pitchers’ use of “sticky stuff” could have big implications for the upcoming free agent class.

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Euro 2020 Generating Lots of Drama, History, and Headlines

The UEFA Euro 2020 Championship is six days in and there’s already been plenty of drama and intrigue.

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NIL Bills Pass in 19 States, But Questions Still Loom

Joining Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and New Mexico, Texas is the sixth state to have an NIL bill go into effect July 1.

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