Posts by Travis_Schluter

Hispanic Sport Viewers are on the Rise


Mainly known for its popularity around the world and different cultures, soccer has been the primary sport that Hispanic watch.  However with growing populations of a younger generation Spanish speakers have migrated to Basketball, Football, and even Nascar. The number of Hispanic sport viewers is Read More

The Bradley Center Changes Name to BMO Harris Bradley Center


The Bradley Center, home of the Milwaukee Bucks announced today that a sponsorship with BMO Harris Bank will expand the name of the building to BMO Harris Bradley Center.  The name change will soon be visible on the outside of the building and on various Read More

Try on the New York Giants Super Bowl Ring


Are you a New York Giants fan? Even if your not, you may want to jump on the bandwagon at least for the remainder of summer. After their impressive Super Bowl win last season, the team is rewarding fans with an online app, that will Read More

ESPN to Lose Two Top Female Anchors


Co-host of SportsNation on ESPN, Michelle Beadle; and Sideline reporter Erin Andrews are up for contract renewal. ESPN President John Skipper announced Tuesday in a press release that Michelle Beadle will no longer be with the network. “Michelle did a great job. We love Michelle. Read More

San Franciso Plans to Take Back The Warriors


The Golden State Warriors have been in the press the last few days. Reports indicate that city leaders in San Francisco are trying to seduce the NBA team to rejoin the Bay City. Mayor Ed Lee told Warriors executives that they would cater to their Read More

New York Times Co. Sells Shares Again

The facade of the New York Times building is seen in New York

  Due to declining ad revenue, New York Times Co. sold their remaining investment shares in Fenway Sports Group (owner of the Boston Red Sock) for $63 million cash.  The shares were spread among multiple eager buyers. Back in February, Times Co. sold a third Read More