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Paramount shifts kids-themed production from playoffs to regular season

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Sean Bratches, chief commercial officer for LIV Golf. Fisher and Russo also discuss Sinclair Broadcast Group’s developing plans for the Bally Sports+ streaming service, the start of the 26th season for the Women’s National Basketball Association that includes an expanded relationship with Twitter, pending sales for the Premier League’s Chelsea FC and National Football League’s Denver Broncos, the New York Times’ purchase of sports content site The Athletic, and a record-setting sale of a jersey worn by late soccer legend Diego Maradona.
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In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Blake Lawrence, chief executive and co-founder of Nebraska-based athlete marketing platform Opendorse. Fisher and Russo also discuss the return of golfer Tiger Woods from a serious auto accident to compete in The Masters, the opening of the legal sports betting market in the Canadian province of Ontario, Major League Baseball’s new streaming agreement with NBCUniversal’s Peacock, the ongoing sale of the National Football League’s Denver Broncos, and MLB’s new use of PitchCom technology.
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Walmart heir Rob Walton, who is worth more than $70bn (€64bn), is reportedly expected to make a $4bn-plus bid to acquire the National Football League's Denver Broncos.

National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell says he is "thrilled" the Buffalo Bills have been able to secure a $1.4bn (€1.2

American media mogul Byron Allen, the chief executive of the Allen Media Group, is preparing to bid for the Denver Broncos, a move that could make the businessman the first Black majority owner of a National …

Legal complaint makes series of explosive allegations against league, several teams

Clock officially starts on what is widely expected to be a record-setting sale

In this week’s episode podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Alexandre Dreyfus, chief executive of blockchain platform Socios.com and its parent organization Chiliz. Fisher and Russo also preview the upcoming Beijing Olympics facing widespread political and operational challenges, discuss recent financial news surrounding Genius Sports and Comcast, and look ahead to forthcoming developments surrounding the National Football League’s Denver Broncos and Washington Football Team.
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Forthcoming transaction of NFL team expected to set sports industry record

A Denver, Colorado, District Court judge has ruled that the right of first refusal agreement between former Denver Broncos owners Edgar Kaiser and Pat Bowlen "is no longer valid or enforceable in any r…

National Football League legend Peyton Manning could make a high-profile return to the Denver Broncos, having reportedly spoken to at least two potential suitors in the team about joining their ownership…

Abrupt cancellation of scheduled trial suggests settlement could be nearing

Concacaf has announced that Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, will host the inaugural Concacaf Nations League Finals from June 3-6

US gaming operator FanDuel Group has teamed up with beer brand Bud Light and the National Football League's Denver Broncos to create an innovative branded mobile sportsbook partnership.

Still-growing case rates create wide array of problems for numerous teams

The National Football League has unveiled sweeping changes to its 2020 regular-season schedule in its most dramatic attempt yet to try to keep on top of still-mounting Covid-19 cases among its teams