Helbiz Media, a division of US-based micro-mobility company Helbiz, has acquired rights in Italy to American football and basketball championships organised by the National Collegiate Athletics Association…

Foley & Lardner attorney Adam J. Kleinfeld explores the various options young basketball players have when aiming for their ultimate goal of reaching the NBA, including the paths offered by OTE, NCAA, and the G League

Baltic media group TV3 has agreed a content deal with ESPN Sports Media for NCAA men’s college basketball.

Exchange-traded fund Invesco QQQ has partnered with the National Collegiate Athletic Association to develop the digital game "How Not to Suck at Money," which is designed to help students become more …

Subscription broadcaster beIN Sports has acquired rights in France to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) events through an agreement with US sports broadcaster ESPN

Moniker shift was among recommendations stemming from gender equity review

Independent commission details series of suggested reforms

Equity review recommends joint Final Four for two Division I basketball tournaments

Entirely new structure sought as governing body says, "we cannot go on as we are."

NCAA president says Supreme Court ruling, NIL changes heighten need for reform

Student-athletes now able to commercialize their rights without forfeiting eligibility

Governing body details stopgap measures in advance of implementation

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Nick Sakiewicz, National Lacrosse League commissioner. Eric and Chris also discuss the United States Supreme Court’s landmark antitrust ruling regarding American college sports, the National Football League’s bid to bring in outside investors for its media properties, and continued growth in the North American legal sports betting market.

National Collegiate Athletic Association president Mark Emmert is looking to introduce an interim measure that will allow college athletes across the United States to capitalize on their name, image and…

Decision offers a sweeping rebuke of NCAA core notions of amateurism

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has announced that its Division I women's basketball tournament could be finally given "March Madness" branding as means to better promote the competition …