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The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to eliminate the NFL's blackout rule. FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, discusses the vote and if the NFL will migrate to pay television.
Miles Nadal, MDC Partners chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on brand associations with the National Football League.
Football legend Joe Namath discusses the NFL scandals and his push to find treatment for traumatic brain injury.
The FCC is considering punishment for broadcasters that us the moniker of the NFL team, the Redskins.
Former NFL quarterback Joe Namath shares his opinions on recent issues plaguing the National Football League.
Former NFL quarterback Joe Namath is taking on the fight against debilitating effects of brain injuries.
He has been training for competition in recent months, coming out of retirement after the 2012 London Games, USA Today reports.
The FCC votes unanimously to eliminate the 4-decade-old TV blackout rule for games that do not sell out.
The FCC is voting today on the NFL's television blackout rules. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the agency is expected to loosen its 40-year-old rules in spite of protests by the league.
The measure signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown was inspired by the $2.5-million fine levied against Donald Sterling. The LA Times reports.
He and his partners came up short in bidding for the L.A. Clippers, but Grant Hill isn't giving up. He tells CNBC he still wants to own a team.
Seven time NBA All-Star Grant Hill of private investment firm Penta Mezzanine Fund, discusses what kinds of companies are attractive to him and his team.
NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp weighs in on some of the problems facing the NFL and its brand. Sapp also discusses tonight's 29th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner to honor The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis.
New York City Football Club's search for a stadium may be the only soccer game with an ending less satisfying than a shoot-out.
Popular, pricey, and sometimes peculiar Derek Jeter memorabilia—from $410 used socks to a $155,000 World Series bat.
After Nike's strong quarter, the FMHR traders take their positions in sports stocks, including Under Armour.
Across the board, the Cleveland Cavaliers are seeing boosts to business since LeBron James said he's bringing his talents back to his hometown.
Steve Burkowski, Golf Channel reporter, takes a behind the scenes look at how the Americans are likely to fare as they take on Europe's top golfers.
Carl Uminski, COO and co-founder of Somo, says social media is "huge" when it comes to sporting events and that advertisers can now reach new customers through social networks.
Prices for Derek Jeter's last home game are plummeting, for fans willing to brave the rain.
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