Why the Future is Bright for Careers in Sports Broadcasting

When was the last time you sat through a commercial? I can tell you exactly when it was for me: Thanksgiving night while watching the Patriots vs. Jets game. I grew up in Boston, the Patriots are my team, I watch them play live despite the commercials. It’s that simple. Everything else I watch comes […]


Best Gifts for the Golfer, Tennis Player or Pugilist in Your Life

These are the top gifts for fans of individual sports like Golf, Tennis, Boxing and MMA, as voted on by the editors of This is the 5th and final in the Holiday Gift giving series, Parts 1-4 can be found on the blog and focus on the best gifts for Baseball, Football, Basketball and […]


Women’s Professional Soccer on it’s Last Legs…Again?

The end may be in site for the 2-year old Women’s Professional Soccer league after announcing today that they will scale back the season to 18 games from 24, do away with the All-Star game, and take a two-week break during the upcoming World Cup. In the last year 3 teams have folded, including the 2010 […]


Tiger Woods Can Still Bring It

Tiger Woods may have lost his #1 world ranking  but he is still the undisputed champion of the TV ratings game.  According to NBC Sports, the final round of the Chevron World Championship, which saw Woods in contention for his first title in over a year, drew their highest ratings in over 8 years. Sunday’s final round, which included a […]


Team Boxing lands on Versus

Versus can now add the World Series of Boxing to it’s growing stable of sports programming, according to Sports Business Daily. In the last few years the cable channel has added NHL, College Football, Cycling and MMA to it’s lineup, in a clear push to add more live event sports programming. Worldwide team boxing made its U.S. launch without a […]

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High School Basketball and Race in America

A sociological experiment dreamed up by two Seattle fathers takes place on a High School basketball team and is deemed a success, but 20 years later would the conclusion be the same? Back in1986 the two fathers wondered, what would happen if we mixed inner city black kids with white kids from an elite Seattle private school, on one High School team. In “The […]


Can Tiger Woods Regain Worldwide Market Appeal?

65% of responders to the 6th annual Sports Business Daily Reader Survey say if they were a brand they would not sign Tiger Woods as an endorser. Prior to last year’s revelations about issues in Woods’s private life, it would have been ridiculous to even ask this question. Woods dramatic fall from grace has been well-documented, only […]


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 […]


Dana White: inaugural ‘Game Changer’

UFC President Dana White has been characterized by the media as a bully, a loud-mouth and an attention seeker. Now he can add another title to his resume: ‘Game Changer’ PromaxBDA, the leading global association for marketing, promotion and design professionals in the entertainment industry, has announced that White will receive the Game Changer Award […]


Danica Patrick to be Featured in Comic Book

IndyCar driver Danica Patrick will be the focus of a 32-page comic book set to be released by Bluewater Productions in December. The comic book will focus on her rise up the ranks of the male dominated sport and delve deeper into the public fascination with the Indy starlet. Critics maintain that Patrick is more flash […]

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