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The Sports Cable Bubble

The Sports Cable Bubble

Sports and Society Administrator July 16, 2013 0

By PATRICK HRUBY Sportonearth.com | July 12, 2013 “What is the Sports Cable Bubble? It’s the unseen economic engine that increasingly powers the sports and television industries alike, all-important and omnipresent, a little like

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Undaunted Courage

Undaunted Courage

Sports and Society Administrator July 7, 2013 0

BY DAVID TANNENWALD Dartmouth Alumni Magazine “Last October Agnes “Aggie” Kurtz, founder of Dartmouth women’s sports and the former women’s squash coach, received what seemed like an ordinary e-mail. “You’ve probably seen this,” began

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NBA Continues To Make Strides Gaining Hispanic Fans Both In The U.S. And Abroad

NBA Continues To Make Strides Gaining Hispanic Fans Both In The U.S. And Abroad

Sports and Society Administrator July 1, 2013 0

Ed Molina LatinosPost.com | June 24, 2013 “The Spurs are the poster child for the new face of the NBA,” says Terry Lyons, former NBA vice president, International Communications, who served as one of

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Alderson’s Angst Has The Mets Staring At The Proverbial Cross Roads Once Again

Alderson’s Angst Has The Mets Staring At The Proverbial Cross Roads Once Again

Wayne McDonnell June 18, 2013 0

By: Wayne McDonnell, Jr. Forbes.com | June 17, 2013 “Ever since the days of William Shea, Casey Stengel and the Polo Grounds, fans of the New York Mets have proudly embodied the character traits

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Why Verizon’s huge smartphone deal with the NFL isn’t a clipping penalty against TV networks

Why Verizon’s huge smartphone deal with the NFL isn’t a clipping penalty against TV networks

Sports and Society Administrator June 11, 2013 0

By: Dan Orlando New York Business Journal | June 7, 2013 The new football streaming rights seem to be a big change in landscape. However, it may not be as drastic a move as

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Going Mobile: NFL Games In London, Your Hand, And Everywhere Else You Go

Going Mobile: NFL Games In London, Your Hand, And Everywhere Else You Go

Lee Igel June 6, 2013 0

By: Lee Igel Forbes.com | June 5, 2013 As the mobile space continues to expand, our very own Lee Igel wrote an excellent article about the NFL’s new mobile streaming deal. “The agreement, which

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Sochi Winter Games – Not so Simple

Sochi Winter Games – Not so Simple

Arthur Caplan May 31, 2013 0

Original Article from: Worldnews.com By Elizabeth Shockman, Denis Dyomkin and Alissa de Carbonnel, Reuters | May 30, 2013 Is it time to cancel the next Winter Olympics? The graft, corruption and fraud associated with

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Terror, Sports & Mega Events

Terror, Sports & Mega Events

Sports and Society Administrator April 16, 2013 0

Watch our own Robert Boland discuss the role of terror at sporting events in the wake of the Boston Marathon tragedies. http://watch.bnn.ca/clip906837#clip

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College Athletics Undermining Academics

College Athletics Undermining Academics

Sports and Society Administrator February 26, 2013 0

Bill Morris | New York Times February 23, 2013 Recent studies have demonstrated the incredible increase in cost of big time college athletics programs. One 2010 study found that athletic spending is growing at

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Make no mistakes, the sport is under attack.

Make no mistakes, the sport is under attack.

Sports and Society Administrator January 30, 2013 0

By: Robert Boland | National Football Post January 29, 2013 There have been increasing indications that the game of football is being politicized, turned into a wedge issue by various factions. When President Barack

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