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Covering the esports economy

Electronic sports (video gaming) is gaining popularity, and professional gaming is also a booming business. In fact, Esports intelligence company Newzoo predicts that the global esports economy will grow to $905.6 million

Baseball-related tourism can be a robust business story. (Image by "MrsBrown" via Pixabay, CCO Public Domain)

Baseball tourism: Business story ideas

As spring training swings into high gear, business reporters should look into baseball tourism. From youth travel teams to the majors, the game can have a significant impact on local

How to localize the Super Bowl

This Sunday’s Super Bowl LI has plenty of local angles for business reporters in the team hometowns, Boston and Atlanta, as well as Houston, where the game is being played. But that’s

Tackling the business of high school football

This football season the monetization of high school football can be a great story. High schools have been making headlines for building costly stadiums and for making broadcast deals with

10 sports business experts to follow on Twitter

The sports market is going to be a $73.5 billion industry by 2019, according to Forbes. Here are some experts and organizations on Twitter you should follow if sports business

An MLB General Manager’s climb to the top

The major league baseball season ended Sunday, and now it’s on to the playoffs. While the players capture the most attention, the key figures in getting the teams to the

Economic impact of the Rugby World Cup

The 2015 Rugby World Cup, one of this year’s biggest global sporting events, kicks off Sept. 18 in the United Kingdom. According to an Ernst & Young study, it’s poised

Serena Williams’ endorsement conundrum

Serena Williams is one of the most dominant athletes in the world, but you wouldn’t know it from her endorsement deals. According to Forbes, the 33-year-old tennis star ranks No. 47

One MLB broadcaster will return, one won’t

Over the weekend, there was news about baseball broadcasters at either end of the country. The Los Angeles Dodgers announced that their legendary sportscaster, Vin Scully, would return in 2016

MLB Wild Card means big revenue

Six weeks before the regular season ends, Major League Baseball’s postseason is fast approaching. American and National League teams are competing for five playoff spots. Three years ago, just four

Another MLB team for Montreal?

The Montreal Expos left town in 2004 to become the Washington Nationals. But loyal fans have never given up hope that they might get another Major League Baseball franchise. Now,

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