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NBC May Have to Pay Through the Nose to Keep ‘Sunday Night Football’

NBC has paid the least but gotten the most with NFL TV rights. Now it may have to pay the largest increase to retain ‘Sunday Night Football.’

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Jeff Bezos Linked to Washington Football Team Sales Talk

Bezos’ attorney spoke with Baltimore-based sports investment banking firm Moag & Co., which led the effort to sell shares of the team.

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Coca-Cola Seeking Controlling Interest in BodyArmor

The company confirmed it has filed a notification with the Federal Trade Commission relating to its intent to acquire BodyArmor.

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The Unexpected Rise of NBA Top Shot

NBA Top Shot, a blockchain-based marketplace, has become the latest way basketball enthusiasts collect memorabilia.

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Golf Superstar Phil Mickelson Could Shoot For TV Stardom Next

Phil Mickelson’s representatives have held exploratory talks with TV Networks about ‘Lefty’ possibly becoming the next great golf analyst.

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Q&A: Johanna Faries on Esports, CDL Phenomenon

How the Head of Leagues for Activision Blizzard and Call of Duty League (CDL) Commissioner capitalized on esports’ flexibility during the pandemic.

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Tim Cook Believes Health and Wellness Will Be Apple's Legacy

Apple is throwing its weight behind Fitness+, and its CEO is committed to increasing the company’s contribution in the space.

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The NFL Is Looking to Finalize Its Media Rights by March

The Super Bowl is over and the NFL is shifting gears — the league wants to finalize upcoming media rights by next month.

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Q&A: Jason Whitlock on OutKick Fallout, Media’s Aversion to the Truth

The controversial figure opens up on his contentious departure from Clay Travis’ OutKick, and where he could be headed next.

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Offshore Sportsbook Voids Bets Linked to Super Bowl Streaker

Online sportsbook Bovada is voiding all streaker prop bets it “identified had knowledge” of Yuri Andrade’s plans.

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