Diamond Sports Group
Diamond Sports files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, to separate from Sinclair
Diamond Sports Group, the Sinclair-owned company that owns and operates 19 Bally Sports regional sports networks (RSNs), has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, potentially leaving 42 professional sports…
MLB ‘plans to stream games for free’ as Diamond Sports contingency
Major League Baseball is reported to be planning to stream games for free for around six teams due to the increasing likelihood of the bankruptcy of Diamond Sports Group, which owns the Bally Sports stations…
Sinclair suffers revenue decline following Diamond Sports deconsolidation
Sinclair Broadcast Group's consolidated revenue of $960m (€904.9m) dropped 35 per cent year-over-year in the fourth quarter of 2022, with the company pointing to the loss being primarily due to the deconsolidation last year of Diamond Sports Group (DSG), which runs Regional Sports Network (RSN) Bally Sports.
Beleaguered Diamond Sports Group skips $140m debt interest payment
Diamond Sports Group, which runs Regional Sports Network (RSN) Bally Sports and is owned by telecoms conglomerate Sinclair, could face Chapter 11 bankruptcy after missing a $140m (€131.2
Sinclair’s Diamond Sports Group ‘heads towards $8.6bn debt restructure’
Diamond Sports Group, the Sinclair Broadcast Group entity that operates the Bally Sports group of regional sports networks in the United States, is reportedly heading towards a $8.6bn (€7.8
Matt Gibbons on entering the sports investment arena with Manhattan West
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Matt Gibbons, managing director of private equity at Manhattan West. Fisher and Russo also discuss the latest infusion of capital for global sports merchandising giant Fanatics, the record-setting contract for Major League Baseball superstar Aaron Judge, dramatic changes within Bally Sports operator Diamond Sports Group, a new round of funding for athlete marketing platform Opendorse, and heightened efforts by Genius Sports to merge live video and sports betting in the United States.
Diamond Sports Group appoints Preschlack as CEO
Veteran sports media executive to lead Bally Sports group of RSNs