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The Biz of Football Officially Launches
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Written by Maury Brown   
Monday, 25 June 2007 01:12

The Biz of Football

Today, The Biz of Football officially launches, marking the second web resource after The Biz of Baseball to be launched by the Business of Sports Network.

Much like The Biz of Baseball, the The Biz of Football will bring you news 24/7/365 on the NFL, AFL, NCAA Football, NFL Europa, and much, much more.

Look for interviews with those that work in the business of football -- be that the front office of teams, or broadcasters -- and look for insight directly from those making the decisions in football.

We also will be adding many documents that pertain to football from a business perspective. Be that CBAs from the NFL, or court decisions that impact how football is run in its various forms, we'll be looking to capture it.

We'll also be tracking the business aspects of football media. Be that the Big Ten Network, the NFL Network, Sirius Satellite radio, the internet, or somewhere in-between, The Biz of Football will look to be a leading resource in this area.

What about new stadium designs? The Biz of Football is already working with key architects HOK Sport and HKS Inc. to get the latest computer renderings and information for stadiums that are being designed for several NFL and NCAA teams.

We'll be publishing original content, and lots of it. Maury Brown, who founded the Business of Sports Network (see his bio here), and is a contributor to the 2007 Pro Football Prospectus, will be adding in insight and editorials. We'll offer an open invitation to others -- including you -- to add more voices to the site.

We hope you enjoy The Biz of Football, will your add comments often, and most of all, bookmark us as a daily stop.

The Biz of Football is still accepting resumes for bloggers and original content. If you are interested in adding to this site, please refer to our Contacts page.

 
 
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