Month: February 2022

How Super Bowl LVI Took Over Los Angeles

The Big Game is being held in the City of Angels this year. In turn, a wide swath of the sports industry has descended upon the city.

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Peyton Manning Producing Netflix Series on Collectibles Boom

Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions will co-produce a new Netflix series about collectibles king Ken Goldin.

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Olympic Ratings on Pace for All-Time Lows

The Olympics are on pace for the lowest ratings in the history of the Winter Games. Comcast is also broadcasting the Super Bowl.

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Under Armour Reports $1.53B In Q4 Revenue

Under Armour reported a 9% increase in fourth-quarter revenue to $1.53 billion, beating analysts’ estimates of $1.47 billion.

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Callaway Generates Record $712M in Q4 Revenue

Callaway Golf generated $712 million in revenue in Q4 2021, a 90% increase compared to the same period the year prior.

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The Role of Live Sports in Streaming

The streaming wars have intensified as the field is as competitive as ever. One way to retain customers? The answer might be live sports.

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Mavs Make Luka Doncic The Lone Star in Dallas

Luka Doncic is the only star remaining after the Mavericks traded Kristaps Porzingis, giving him the keys to the franchise since signing him to a five-year, $207 million contract.

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With Title, Joe Burrow’s Marketability Could Blow Up

In Q3 2021, he moved up four spots into the top 10 of officially licensed product sales, and a ring could see him challenge Mahomes as the face of the NFL in the post-Tom Brady era.

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Cooper Kupp Is King By The Numbers

The reigning NFL Offensive Player of the Year will be the first receiving triple crown winner to ever play in the Super Bowl.

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Super Bowl Could Move to London in 2026

Tottenham Hotspur is planning to bid for the 2026 Super Bowl. The team already hosts two NFL games per season.

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