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Cable TV angry about NFL broadcast deals

Dec 6, 2011
The price for NFL games is soaring, and some worry a recent deal with ESPN threatens cable TV's business model.
Posted In: football, NFL, cable TV

Green Bay Packers to sell more shares to fans

Dec 2, 2011
The Packers are the only major American sports team that is publicly owned. But their shares have little more than sentimental value.
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New approaches to football helmets aim to curb concussions

Nov 24, 2011
A new line of helmets are built to not just cushion the blow but provide data as well.
Posted In: football, NFL, Health

Pac-10 scores with big TV deal

May 3, 2011
Pac-10 college football fans rejoice! The New York Times reported today that the conference struck a goldmine television deal with Fox and ESPN....
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Wassup! The Most Memorable Super Bowl Ads

Jan 26, 2011
As the economy improves, companies are returning to the days of producing high-priced, high profile Super Bowl ads. Jennifer Collins' story on...
Posted In: advertising, business of sports, Entertainment, football, Super Bowl

Best-Ever Super Bowl Ads: Pets.com "What goes up..."

Jan 26, 2011
Prescient, no? Check out other Super Bowl ads that the Marketplace staff picked here.
Posted In: advertising, business of sports, football, Pets.com, Super Bowl

Best-Ever Super Bowl Ads: E*Trade "Monkey"

Jan 26, 2011
It stands out because they basically blew 2 million and did one of the dumbest commercials, yet I remember it and remember it was E*Trade....
Posted In: advertising, business of sports, eTrade, football, Super Bowl

Best-Ever Super Bowl Ads: Jordan/Bird McDonald's

Jan 26, 2011
I like it because of all the crazy shots. Check out other Super Bowl ads that the Marketplace staff picked here.
Posted In: advertising, business of sports, football, Larry Bird, McDonald's, Michael Jordan, Super Bowl

Best-Ever Super Bowl Ads: Budweiser 'Wassup'

Jan 26, 2011
The first Super Bowl commercial I remember actually making me laugh. Watch more memorable Super Bowl ad picked by the Marketplace staff, and sha...
Posted In: advertising, Budweiser, business of sports, football, Super Bowl

Best-Ever Super Bowl Ads: Pepsi Max's 'I'm good'

Jan 26, 2011
They do a great job illustrating the tagline "Men Can Take Anything." Being a power-tool lover, I can relate to the scene where the guy is cuttin...
Posted In: advertising, business of sports, football, Pepsi Max, Super Bowl

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