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#158 Goodell's Contract Extension, Tom Brady's Stake In The Las Vegas Raiders, And More NFL Inside Takes With Andrew Brandt
Andrew Brandt is the former Vice President of the Green Bay Packers and one of the sharpest minds in sports business today. We discuss Roger Goodell's upcoming contract extension, Tom Brady's ownership stake in the Las Vegas Raiders, Amazon's request to flex Thursday Night Football, Green Bay's bid to host the 2025 NFL Draft, and more. Enjoy!
Ps. I'm a member of Andrew's Sports Business League (SBL) membership group, and he consistently provides some of the best insights in the industry. You can sign up here: https://www.andrew-brandt.com/sbl
#157 The $100 Million Business Behind The Monaco Grand Prix, Clayton Kershaw's Detailed Routine, And Michael Jordan's New $3 Million Hypercar
Today's podcast breaks down three topics: 1) How the Monaco Grand Prix became F1's most famous (and expensive) race, 2) The routine that has made Clayton Kershaw one of MLB's most consistent pitchers, and 3) Michael Jordan's new $3 million hypercar gets delivered. Enjoy!
#156 MLB's Surge In Popularity, Mercedes' New $85 Million F1 Facility, and Green Bay's 2025 NFL Draft Bid
Today's podcast breaks down three topics: 1) The data behind MLB's rule changes and its impact on attendance, viewership, and revenue. 2) The growth of the Mercedes Formula 1 team and their new $85 million silicon valley-style campus. 3) How Green Bay landed the right to host the 2025 NFL Draft at Lambeau Field. Enjoy!
#155 MLS' New $500 Million Expansion Team & PGA Championship Full Financial Recap
Today's podcast breaks down two topics: 1) The economics behind Major League Soccer's new $500 million expansion team in San Diego and 2) A recap of the PGA Championship, including the financial impact for Brooks Koepka and Michael Block. Enjoy!
#154 Fanatics Pays $150 Million For PointsBet's U.S. Business & YouTube TV Crashes During The NBA Playoffs
Today's episode breaks down two topics: 1. Fanatics' recent $150 million acquisition of PointsBet's U.S. business and 2. YouTube TV's crash and the bifurcation of media rights. Enjoy!