Ines Sainz Working Next Pacquiao Fight

  Top Rank Boxing has hired TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz as part of the broadcast team for the upcoming Manny Pacquiao – Antonio Margarito fight, scheduled for November 13th, at Cowboy Stadium. Sainz made headlines in September after saying she was ‘uncomfortable’ with the way New York Jets players treated her as she waited […]

Job/Career Fairs

Nashville Predators Breaking into Sports Workshop

You already spend 20 hours a week working on you fantasy team and another 20 watching live sports, so why not turn your sports devotion into a sports career? To help get started, the Nashville Predators are hosting their 3rd annual “Breaking into Sports” workshop Saturday November 13th from 2-6pm before their game against the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago […]

Sports TV News

Looking for Innovation? Check the Sports Department

In the quest to satisfy the public need for immediacy, newspapers and print media have fallen behind new media sources as the destination for news coverage. Because of this, innovation is not a word often used in conjunction with the newspaper business.  But that’s not the fault of the Sports Department. According to a recent research article posted […]


Bringing Back Memories of John Rocker

  Sports Illustrated scored a major coup this week publishing the story of Josh Luchs, a former sports agent who admits to paying numerous College athletes over his 20 years representing players. According to SI, senior writer George Dohrman was working on a story about the agent business when he learned that Luchs was leaving the profession. Dohrman […]

College Football

Tim Tebow Effect Debunked

For those that worried the graduation of Tim Tebow would lead to declining ratings for The ‘SEC on CBS’, think again. Not only is the ‘SEC on CBS’ gaining it’s highest ratings over the last 11 years, it is also the highest rated football package across all networks. Through 4 weeks, the network is averaging […]


Marisa Miller New NFL Spokesperson

There are many things the NFL gets criticized for – naming former Victoria Secret model Marisa Miller a spokesperson will not be one of them. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that the Sports Illustrated cover model will appear in both print and commercial ads for the league. Her first official duty will surround the October […]

College Football

Fox Sports in the Lead for Longhorns TV Network

Part of the University of Texas’ decision to rebuff the overtures of the Pac-10, and remain in the Big 12, was tied to the University being granted the right to develop their own network. According to the Austin Business Journal, Fox Sports has taken the lead in the competition to partner with the start up […]


NBA Adding to it’s Hispanic Marketing Push

The NBA has been behind the other major sports leagues when it comes to marketing to Hispanic Americans, but their late push is gaining steam. Year 2 of the éne-bé-a Hispanic marketing campaign will feature the Atlanta Hawks Al Horford and former player Felipe Lopez, both of the Dominican Republic, as spokespersons. The campaign is multi-faceted, […]


Josh Lewin out as Rangers Play-by-Play voice

The Texas Rangers announced today that play-by-play voice Josh Lewin will not be back with the team for the 2011 season. The 41-year-old Lewin had been the Rangers play-by-play voice since 2001, in addition to his role as the radio voice of the San Diego Chargers. “After several discussions over the last few months, the […]

College Basketball

Big Ten Network plans ‘Hoops Hysteria’ for Midnight Madness

The Big Ten Network will air an hour long ‘Big Ten Hoops Hysteria’ program this weekend, in conjunction with the start of the College Basketball season. ‘Midnight Madness’ has become an annual tradition where hoop programs begin their first practice at the earliest possible moment the NCAA allows, 12:01 am on October 16th.   The tradition of ‘Midnight […]

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