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JohnWallStreet: CBS’ Deal With the NCAA

The value of the March Madness television package has grown exponentially since CBS first landed the broadcast rights to college basketball’s post-season tournament in 1981 for $48 million.
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JohnWallStreet: ESPN+, Exclusive Broadcast Partner of UFC through 2025

The UFC has agreed to a deal with ESPN that will make ESPN+ the exclusive broadcast partner of the promotion’s PPV events through 2025. The agreement gives the OTT service...
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JohnWallStreet: NCAA’s Limitations to Student Athletes

NCAA cannot “limit [the] compensation or benefits related to education” that are awarded to student-athletes competing in Division I men’s and women’s basketball or the football Bowl Subdivision.
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JohnWallStreet – Early Entrants: Episode 5

Rumors indicate that MLS’ New York Red Bulls are closing in on a stadium naming rights agreement with a licensed gaming company.
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JohnWallStreet: Canelo Alvarez and Daniel Jacobs High Profile Fight to Air Exclusively on DAZN

Schaefer told ESPN that PPV is “going to be bigger than ever” and projected that existing PPV records are going to fall.
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JohnWallStreet: Foot Locker Investments

It’s been estimated that the Foot Locker investment was made at a valuation between $400 million and $500 million. 
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JohnWallStreet – Early Entrants: Episode 3

Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish told reporters that the word he’s received from Blazers management is that the team will be put up for sale.
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JohnWallStreet: ABC is “Kicking Around Idea” of Making Aggressive Push for NFL Broadcast Rights

The NY Post reported that ABC is “kicking around the idea” of making an aggressive push for the NFL broadcast rights currently held by FOX and CBS, deals set to expire at the completion of the ’22 season.
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Gaming as an Ad Experience

This panel of industry leaders will discuss campaigns they’ve watched become huge successes, activations and metrics that have shocked us all, and what we can expect to see in the future.
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JohnWallStreet: UFC Moves UFC232 Card From Las Vegas to LA on 6 Days Notice

The UFC moved its December 29th UFC232 card from Las Vegas to Los Angeles on just 6 days’ notice after the Nevada State Athletic Commission decided not to issue headliner Jon “Bones” Jones a license to fight in the state.

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