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Golf industry courts new players

Golf’s premiere tournament, the Masters, will be swinging into action in a few days, and it’s a great peg for a look at the fiscal health of your region’s golf

Covering sports: Localizing national issues

One of the best projects I did was looking at all the major sports non-profits, including the professional sports teams, in the Phoenix area to see how they were serving

Covering sports: A glossary of terms

Whether you come to the business of sports beat as a sports reporter or from the business desk, you’ll need to be familiar with business terms. Here are some terms

Covering sports: Resources and key contacts

The go-to source in sports business coverage is the Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal. There is also a print edition, which I highly recommend subscribing to. Other sources are:,

Covering the business of sports: An introduction

The business of sports is going beyond game coverage and box scores and delving into the financial operations of professional teams, universities and non-profit organizations, which operate amateur athletic events,

Inside the economics of the Green Bay Packers

How much do the Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field impact the local economy? According to a story on, a study released today states that during last year’s football

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