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NCAA Constitutional Convention: Real Reform or Legal Cover?

In its constitution draft, the NCAA is stuck between two opposing tensions: its business model of amateurism and its recognition that both the law and the public have asked it to change.

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Disney+ Set to Become Metaverse Platform

Disney is working on creating its own metaverse. It plans to use its Disney+ streaming service as a platform for the project.

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Disney Could Win Big by Acquiring Peloton

Peloton suffered significant losses over the past two weeks as first-quarter earnings were worse than anticipated. It’s time for a big change.

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Disney Interested in Adding ‘NFL Sunday Ticket’ to ESPN+

Disney is interested in “NFL Sunday Ticket” as an addition to ESPN+. The NFL favors selling the rights to a streaming service.

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Disney Opens Door to Sports Betting

Disney CEO Bob Chapek said that the company’s research indicated that it would not damage its reputation with sports betting.

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La Liga Extends Televisa Deal for $560 Million

La Liga struck an eight-year broadcasting extension with Televisa, reported to be worth $70 million per year.

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Disney Streaming Growth Slows, ESPN+ Subs Increase 66%

Disney saw revenue climb 26% year-over-year in its final fiscal quarter of 2021, but faced some headwinds on its streaming growth.

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Adidas Slows Its Pace Due to Supply Chain Disruptions

Adidas was hit by supply chain disruptions, causing a year-over-year drop in operating income and a lower full-year guidance.

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Rams’ Kroenke Offers $100M Settlement; Ex-Panthers Owner A Wild Card

Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s inability to settle the relocation from St. Louis lawsuit has frustrated other NFL owners as the January trial approaches.

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Premier League to Announce Record U.S. Broadcasting Deal

The Premier League is likely to announce a record-setting U.S. broadcast rights deal. Its current deal is for $1.1 billion over six years.

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