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Pacers Installing Massive Scoreboards & New Sound System Inside Arena

The Indiana Pacers aren’t messing around when it comes to updating the sports technology inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse in order to create a better fan experience. The 13-year-old arena will be getting a makeover for the upcoming season — a $16 million one at that. Overall, the technological upgrades to the sound system as well as the…

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NFL Headsets Changing To Digital In New Sports Technology Wave

For the 2012-13 NFL season, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith might have the luxury of not receiving Southwest Airlines’ pilots in his ear. Such was the case for Smith, along with other NFL teams last season and in years prior as the league was surprisingly not up-to-speed with the latest sports technology regarding its headsets. Finally,…

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The Top News In #Sportsbiz – 08.06.12 – 08.13.12

The Top News In #Sportsbiz is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Lead Writer – Mark Burns Sports Business Here’s What Happens To Olympic Sports Venues After The Games [Infographic] Beijing spent inordinate amounts of money on their venues and now they serve as little more than reminders of the past. London spent a…

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Adidas Social Media Shoe Ready For Tweeps, Mass Production Set For 2016

Just when you might have thought social media couldn’t integrate itself into the sports world anymore, clothing manufacturer Adidas has decided to up the ante in the summer of 2012. Adidas has updated its adiPower Barricade shoe by transforming it into the Adidas social media shoe, one that can receive tweets. The Adidas Barricade is outfitted with an Arduino…

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Stanford Football Goes Digital in 2012 with iPad Playbook

For the 2012 football season, Stanford will become the first college team to welcome in a new era of technology. With the start of training camp around the corner, each Cardinal player and coach is being given an iPad that houses the team’s digital playbook along with other team-related materials. The iPad Playbook was developed…

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Minnesota Twins Launch First Ever MLB in-game Mobile Sports App for Baseball Fans

As technology continues to expand into the sports world and communications departments brainstorm to create inovative ways of engaging their fanbases, the Minnesota Twins are at the forefront of the next latest and greatest sports app. Together, the Twins and MLB Advanced Media have launched the “At the Plate” sports mobile app, which can be…

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Best in #Sportsbiz This Week

 The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Eagles’ Michael Vick launches sports clothing line Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is launching a sports clothing line called V7 that will be sold exclusively at East Coast sporting goods chain Modell’s. The…

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Best in #Sportsbiz This Week

The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Nike and O2 launch sports loyalty scheme Nike has formed a first of its kind partnership with O2 to provide the operators’ customers with exclusive content and offers under the “Priority” loyalty banner….

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The Latest Sports Technology in Equipment

A Guest Post by Steve Hamilton Many people believe that success in sports is driven solely by talent and training, but that’s not always true. There’s another “t” word that often plays an important role: technology. The recent controversy about the role that advanced swimming suit fabrics played in Michael Phelps’ impressive Olympic wins is…

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Best in #Sportsbiz this Week

The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Nike Tumbles Most Since 2008 As Profit Drops Nike Inc. (NKE), the world’s largest sporting-goods company, tumbled the most in four years after fourth-quarter profit unexpectedly declined for the first time since 2009…

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Best in #Sportsbiz This Week

The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business Darren Rovell To ESPN: Sports Business Reporter Leaves CNBC, Returns To Bristol The world’s best known sports tweeter is indeed headed back to ESPN. CNBC’s Darren Rovell, who worked at ESPN prior to joining…

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Best In #SportsBiz This Week

The Best In #Sportsbiz This Week is a collection of articles curated by Sports Networker’s Online Marketing Intern – Holly Koski Sports Business EPL scores $4.7b television deal The English Premier League has secured its status as world football’s richest competition with an astonishing $4.7 billion deal for domestic TV rights for three years. The agreements,…

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