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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 01.20.14 – 01.27.14

This week in #SportsBiz focuses on the business behind the Super Bowl as well as ticket sales for Sochi Winter Olympics and Notre Dame’s new partnership with Under Armour. Check it out below. Sports Business Super Bowl or Snow Bowl? The NFL could change the time or date of next weeks Super Bowl XLVIII in…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 01.06.14 – 01.13.14

This weeks top news in #Sportsbiz covers a new video editing application for action sport athletes, the first U.S. sports teams to sign a sponsorship with an online gambling site,  the price of Super Bowl XLVIII tickets for NFL fans and more. Get your scoop of #Sportsbiz new below. Sports Technology Video Editing For Action…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 12.30.13 – 01.06.14

This week in #SportsBiz focuses on the use of Snapchat by NFL teams as a marketing tool, the most impactful sports happenings of 2013, why the NFL fined Marshawn Lynch, cheap BCS championship tickets and more! Get your fix of the latest in #SportsBiz below. Social Media In Sports NFL Teams Use Snapchat As Marketing…

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Top 5 Most Engaging Athletes on Twitter and Instagram

Social media allows engaging athletes to stay connected to their fans and give insight into their personal lives, training regimens and charity work. It’s no surprise that many athletes have taken well to many social media sites. This past year was quite a period of memories for many athletes. The use of Instagram amongst athletes…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 12.23.13 – 12.30.13

This weeks top news in sports biz includes a new twitter enhancing sports app, why NFL coaches are fired, ticket competition for college bowl games, the best and worst of sports media in 2013 and a look at how ESPN doesn’t know who Roy Hibbert is. Get the latest scoop in #SportsBiz below. Sports Technology…

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Facebook Buys SportStream, Continues Competition With Twitter

For a while people have been “watching” games or other major events via Twitter. Facebook wants a piece of the real-time chatter going on. Now they’re going to try their hand during events like the Super bowl. “A spirited conversation about sports is happening on Facebook both in real-time and over the water cooler the…

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Social Media Provides Relevance For Olympic Athletes

The Olympic Games only come around every four years; not news to most.  But what happens to Olympic athletes and lesser known sports during those four long years? As Dr Andrea Eagleman explains, they are using social media to remain in the limelight. “Olympic sports and athletes are only in the spotlight every four years, but…

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How To Build An Unstoppable Sports Network With Instagram

In this day and age, it’s almost impossible to think of life without social networking sites. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram can be a huge help when trying to build an awesome sports network. A network that can help you land a job in sports. As of late, Instagram his implemented a video option…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 12.02.13 – 12.09.13

Top news in the #SportsBiz for the week includes a short write-up celebrating Nelson Mandela’s life.  News topics include Discover’s Fan Loyalty Poll, Cal football partnering with Kabam for a stadium naming rights deal, the MLS Final featuring two small market teams, and Levi’s stadium being loaded with technology.  To get a full dose of…

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Facebook Partners With SportStream To Become ‘Watercooler’

A battle has raged on between Facebook and Twitter since the second came about.  It seems that there are new social media sites popping up daily, yet many people have remained faithful to the two major social giants. Facebook has long seemed to have the upper hand on Twitter, except when it comes to sports. Twitter…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 11.11.13 – 11.18.13

This week in the #SportsBiz, top news includes the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi.  Other top stories include the WNBA seeing better ratings than the MLS, McDonalds rolling out NFL Rush Zone Happy Meals and a large amount of money riding on Mexico’s playoff against New Zealand.  Stay trendy with some of the top stories…

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Sochi Olympics Cracks Down On Journalists Using Social Media

It has been seen before at the London Olympics: social media crackdowns. Athletes and accredited persons were able to share their experience on social media platforms.  But this came along with a list of guidelines to follow. In the name of the Games, the Sochi Olympics may be cracking down even harder. For example, the…

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