Month: July 2021

Legal Boogeymen

As athlete apparel sales grow, legal issues concerning both group licensing and trademarking have emerged. But already, schools and companies have found a few potential workarounds.

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Limitless Possibilities?

The first few weeks of the NIL era have already shown that there’s an appetite for athlete apparel across sports.

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College Sports’ New Threads

Since the NIL era began, athletes also waded into one of the more traditional ways to make money in the sports world: Apparel sales.

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Netflix Lags in Subscriber Growth, Looks to Gaming

Netflix’s Q2 earnings showed slower than usual subscriber growth. The company plans to produce video games next year.

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Denver Broncos Sale Could Fetch Record Price

The sale of the NFL’s three-time Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos could fetch a record price for pro sports teams.

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MLB’s Sticky Stuff Crackdown Could Cost Some Pitchers Millions

MLB is cracking down on pitchers using foreign substances on the ball, and the results could affect player earnings going forward.

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Notre Dame’s Streaming Service Shows Major Potential

The Fighting Irish launched a streaming service on Apple TV, Google Play, and Amazon that includes games, interviews, and highlights.

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Olympics Face Cancellation As COVID Cases Rise

The opening ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics is just three days away and there is a chance that the Games could be canceled altogether.

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Kevin Durant Joins $100M Round for NFT Platform

OpenSea, an NFT auction platform made famous by Beeple’s $69 million sale, raised $100 million on a $1.5 billion valuation.

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Oakland City Council Votes to Play Hardball with A’s

The Oakland City Council approved a term sheet regarding its negotiations with the Oakland A’s, but not the one the team wanted.

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