Football

Chargers-Broncos on CBS Made History with Producer-Director Pairing

The Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos game on CBS on Nov. 1 was produced by what was likely the first African-American producer and director duo in NFL history.

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Q&A: Will Ventures Co-Founders on Sports-Centric Investing

Co-founders Isaiah Kacyvenski and Brian Reilly launched Will Ventures in September with a focus on sports and sports-adjacent markets.

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CSEC’s Digital Transformation and Capitalizing on Customer Data Tech

Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation utilizes customer data to optimize fan engagement for each of its four properties.

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Majority of 2020 NFL PAC Donations Went to Republicans

Since January, the league’s political action committee has contributed $128,500 to the GOP and $58,000 to Democrats.

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Manchester United Reports 18.8% Drop in Revenue

The club’s matchday revenue dropped 19%, while broadcasting revenue dropped 41.9%, but not entirely due to the pandemic.

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College Football Coach Salaries Rise, But Some Face Pay Cuts

Alabama’s Nick Saban, who will make $9.3 million this season, is the highest-paid college football head coach in the country.

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Spotify’s Sports Growth

Spotify’s sports podcast content has tripled in the past 18 months, solidifying the streaming service’s recent dedication to the space. There are more than 800,000 hours of sports content streamed […]

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NFL Network Brings on Longtime Pac-12 Networks Host Mike Yam

Yam, who had been with Pac-12 Networks since it launched in 2012, was let go in August “due to financial reasons.”

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Soccer Overhaul Rejected

An overhaul of the English soccer system — proposed by American owners of Liverpool and Manchester United — has been rejected. The plan, named Project Big Picture, was leaked earlier […]

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Former USWNT Head Coach Jill Ellis Appointed to Topps Board

Former head U.S. Women’s National Team soccer coach Jill Ellis is joining the Topps Company’s Board of Directors.

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