Sports Business Report
Maryland Sports Aims To Increase State-Hosted Events
Maryland Sports executive director Terry Hasseltine is working to bring significant sporting events to Maryland, from the Army-Navy game to the US Quidditch Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships.
Monumental Sports Network Launches New Service For Live Sports
Monumental Sports Network will begin offering access to hundreds of live sports and original programming as part of a subscription service that will deliver content to every type of device.
Maryland Could Benefit From NCAA, ACC Pulling Events From North Carolina
North Carolina's loss could be a significant win for Maryland and area sports fans if the state's sports commission can snag some of the major college athletic events that will be relocated this year and next.
Recent TV Deals Show Terps Made Right Move
Recent TV deals between the ACC and ESPN show the University of Maryland made the right move in joining the Big Ten Conference.
United Women's Lacrosse League Strives For Success With Unique Business Plan
Founders of the United Women's Lacrosse League say allowing athletes to bond with the community is what makes their business model unique.
Ricig's World Of Sports: The Land Of Under
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano congratulates Under Armour on 20 years in Baltimore.
With Purchase Of Rosecroft Raceway, Maryland Jockey Club Hoping To Generate Buzz
Maryland Jockey Club's parent, The Stronach Group, announced a deal to buy one of the two harness tracks in Maryland, Rosecroft Raceway, from Penn National Gaming Inc.
With Patriot Point, Military Bowl Organizers Are Committed To Helping Veterans Off The Field
The DC Bowl Committee purchased 290 acres of land in Dorchester County that it has renamed Patriot Point, a retreat for wounded service members and their families.
Ten Years Later: Orioles, Ravens Ticket Prices Then And Now
In honor of its 10th anniversary, PressBox takes a look at Orioles and Ravens ticket prices 10 years ago versus today.
Did The Orioles Cost Themselves By Waiting To Send Season-Ticket Renewal Information?
By waiting to send out season-ticket invoices, some believe the Orioles left money on the table, however, executive vice president John Angelos has a different view.
The Sponsorship Double Standard For Women Athletes
Marty Conway questions whether Nike's reaction to Maria Sharapova reveals a double standard for women athletes in the world of sports sponsorships.