Major League Baseball (MLB)
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Major League Baseball’s relatively small global footprint provides the league’s great challenge in international rights sales. But in its favour are a handful of markets where baseball is extremely popular and some of the most storied imagery in world sport.
A new edition of the TVSM Global Report underlines the strength of the global sports media rights market, which is predicted to be worth nearly $50bn by 2019.
Cuba is back on the radar for all the right reasons after decades-long tensions with the US eased. Barry Wilner looks at the implications for the sports industry in the country.
Barry Wilner looks at the $500m facelift of one of Major League Baseball’s historic venues and asks: is evolution better than revolution?
The genesis of a new or renovated stadium begins with the rights-holder who creates a brief that has to both push boundaries and stay within budget. Elisha Chauhan spoke to venue operators of the historic MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) and MLB (Major League Baseball) team the Minnesota Twins’ Target Field to find out the challenges each faced in the design process.
Metal detectors will be in place at all Major League Baseball (MLB) stadia by 2015. Elisha Chauhan looks at why, and asks industry experts how best to secure sporting events without impeding on the fan experience.