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Category: Lesson 5.1 – The Marketing Plan

The High Cost of Chasing Netflix for NBCU and WarnerMedia

After two months of fielding criticism from some of Hollywood’s top filmmakers, WarnerMedia executives finally had something to crow about when AT&T CEO John Stankey revealed Jan. 27 that the much-maligned plan to release its films in theaters and on HBO Max had helped to double the streamer’s audience to

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The World’s Most Valuable Sports Empires 2021

When the NFL playoffs kick off this Saturday, the New England Patriots will be watching the action on television. The squad reached the Super Bowl nine times since 2000, the rookie year for quarterback Tom Brady, and took home the trophy in six of those visits. But Brady is leading

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Disney+ has a $1 price increase to $7.99 coming in March

Netflix isn’t the only video streamer upping its monthly fee: Disney+ will cost $1 more in March 2021. The entertainment giant announced the fee increase for its subscription service Thursday during an investor event during which Disney unveiled 10 new Marvel series, 10 more “Star Wars” series and more than

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Rock tweet says XFL plans to return in 2022

The XFL won’t play in 2021, the league announced Thursday, and is targeting a return in the spring of 2022. Co-owner Dwayne Johnson tweeted the news Thursday morning, and the league followed with an official announcement. Johnson, longtime business partner Dany Garcia and RedBird Capital Partners completed their purchase of

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What coronavirus means for sports marketing (CE)

The postponement of the Summer Olympics, coupled with the suspension of play across the NBA and NHL, have disappointed fans all over the world. For brands, however, the impact of COVID-19 may require coming up with a new playbook if they want to continue marketing to sports. For some, that

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