A shortened NBA playoffs is going to have an effect on basketball-related income.
The hot take about the NBA Finals is simple: no one is going to watch a fourth iteration of the Cavaliers v. Warriors. The viewing public has… Read more “The Cavs v. Warriors finals is still good for the NBA”
Cord cutting is a problem for sports networks. The move away from cable takes a chunk out of their dual revenue stream system that relied on subscription… Read more “New skinny bundles Philo and AT&T Watch are cause for concern for sports networks”
The WWE is reportedly going to receive $200 million per year for the next five years from FOX for its Smackdown television rights. That’s a cool $1… Read more “WWE $1 billion Smackdown deal with FOX could be good or bad for UFC”
The Las Vegas Golden Knights are heading to the Stanley Cup Final in their first season as a franchise. No one expected this to happen — including… Read more “The Las Vegas Golden Knights trip to Stanley Cup illuminates business risk for bookmakers”
Now that some of the buzz around the Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling striking down PASPA has settled down, let’s take a look at the stakeholders in the… Read more “The great sports gambling cash rush has begun: Stakeholder analysis of groups looking to benefit”
Things between ESPN and the NFL weren’t going well. That seemed to continue once the NFL gave NFL Draft broadcast rights to FOX after the company’s bid was… Read more “ESPN-NFL relationship looks to be on the mend”