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Maggie Johnson 29 Nov 17
Big problems still in the way for a "Netflix of Sports" but potential is definitely there.
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Dike Wei 11 Nov 17
We can learn something from the success of Phuket and see how to grow sports tourism
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Donald Quinn 30 Nov 17
Here is an article about how sport media was affected by some of the reaction to the NFL protests
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Jeff Ye 11 Nov 17
NYC Marathon generates millions for New York by attracting participants from all over the world
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Michael Guaglione 2 Dec 17
The world of sports media is changing very quickly and networks are feeling the change.
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Alexander Curto 11 Nov 17
Western Canada's Oldest ski resort uses crowdfunding to fend off Vail Resorts in potential buyout
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Laura Burton 28 Aug 18
I was wrong...27 college athletes have died from football conditioning drills over the past 17 years. How can this be tolerated or acceptable?
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Alexander Curto 28 Oct 17
Interesting article that can help us figure out if Louisville worthy of the death penalty.
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Laura Burton 15 Nov 18
Watched Game On: Women Can Coach in today. Great work and
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Becca Lindblad 1 Dec 17
The sports media industry continues to neglect and suppress the dark sides of organized sports. by
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Jason Belcher 26 Oct 18
This article talks about strength and conditioning coaches in college athletics. Should intercollegiate athletic regulations establish more structure and guidelines for strength and conditioning coaches to protect athletes?
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Carissa Brizzi 30 Nov 18
With the push to break the stigma about Mental Health, NBA’s Kevin Love uses his platform and sport media to speak out about his own experiences, the importance, and normalization of Mental Health
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Joseph Foley 27 Nov 18
The “Lebron James of sportscasters” has been blazing trails since the 1990’s and recently signed a 5yr extension w/ ESPN to continue her now legendary run in the broadcast booth
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Becca Lindblad 9 Nov 17
The United States continues to build state of the art facilities to attract travel sports teams.
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Paul Kanburiyan 11 Nov 17
Japan expects a large boost to their economy from tourists for the 2020 Olympics
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Emilie Hernandez 2 Dec 17
With the Winter Olympics closing up ESPN to release a mini series on 4 UAE athletes
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Matthew Barresi 30 Nov 17
Titan of the industry could be under new direction soon. Not sure if I like it.
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Dylan Barrett Nov 3
During the Players Championship this March, every single shot will be live streamed by NBC Sports. This will allow the PGA tour to enhance its engagement with fans, as they will have greater access to the sport.
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Dylan Barrett Dec 4
theScore has risen to become the 2nd most popular sports app in North America. Since the legalization of sports betting in some states, they have aided their growth through the integration of a Sportsbook on their platform
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Jaclyn Williamson Nov 7
Sport tourism is now believed to be the fast growing segment within the travel industry. Asia is benefiting the most, thanks to the 2008 Beijing and 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics being held there.
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