FOS Newsletter

Sound Partner

Amazon continues its foray into broadcast rights, announcing a three-year deal with Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders FC. Prime Video now has exclusive digital streaming rights for all non-national broadcasts […]

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Big League Bubble

Major League Baseball appears to be moving closer toward a bubble for its postseason after struggling with canceled games because of positive COVID-19 tests among teams. Locations in Southern California […]

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Lost Exposure

Adidas, Nike and Under Armour stand to be some of the companies hit the hardest by college sports postponements, as each brand has millions tied up in school contracts. A […]

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The Wright Guy

Jason Wright became the first Black team president in NFL history Monday when the Washington Football Team announced his hiring. At 38 years old, Wright is also now the youngest […]

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Tennis Players Fill Top Nine Spots In Highest-Paid Female Athlete List

Tennis remains the most lucrative sport for women as nine of the top 10 highest-paid female athletes of 2020 make their living playing the sport.  Naomi Osaka leads the list, […]

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Game-Worn Jordans Sell For Record Price At Auction

A pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nike Air Jordan 1 shoes were auctioned off for a record $615,000 last week. Jordan wore the shoes in a 1985 exhibition game in […]

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LeBron James, Others Sign Letter Urging Fight Against Voter Suppression

Athletes and artists behind More Than A Vote, a voting rights coalition launched by LeBron James in June, released a letter urging fans to fight Black voter suppression. The letter […]

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LSU Could Lose $80M Without Football, Big Ten Player Starts Petition

Following the Big Ten and Pac-12 postponing their fall sports seasons last week, NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline said there’s no way to go forward with fall sports if […]

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NCAA Football Postponements Creates Void, Sports Back Performing Well

More than $1 billion worth of television ads could be disrupted this season as a result of college football postponements. ESPN and ABC alone have $850 million in ad sales […]

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Packers Fans Hesitant About Games, Teams Still Deciding

Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy said more than 80% of the team’s season ticket holders have opted out of this season. The Packers will hold at least the first […]

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