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American football - 12 Mar 2015 - Media rights
The NFL and The Global Landscape: Join Mark Waller, Executive Vice President, International, NFL and Dan Cohen, SVP Americas, MP & Silva, in a discussion on the global business of American football, where the sport is going and what the opportunities and challenges are.
American football - 09 Nov 2004
The NFL has appointed Naked Communications and Woodhead Calliva to its agency roster as its marketing drive around the 2005 Super Bowl kicks off. Naked Communications have been briefed to provide strategic planning for the campaign that is intended to drive audience to the broadcast of Super Bowl XXXIX that will take place in Jacksonville, Florida on February 6, 2005.
American football - 09 Mar 2004
The National Football League, United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), and the University of Utah announced Monday the formation of a new drug-testing laboratory at the University of Utah. The laboratory will conduct state-of-the-art research into the use of and detection of prohibited steroids and other performance-enhancing substances.
American football - 05 Jan 2004
New York - The National Football League and China Central Television (CCTV) have reached a groundbreaking agreement that will culminate in the live broadcast of this season's Super Bowl, the NFL and CCTV announced today.
American football - 21 Jan 2003
The NFL has undertaken its biggest ever marketing and promotion campaign in the United Kingdom in support of Super Bowl broadcasts on five and Sky Sports.
American football - 19 Dec 2002
The NFL has appointed Cake, Karmarama and Naked to augment its marketing drive around the 2003 Super Bowl, which will be broadcast live by Channel 5 and Sky Sports on January 26th 2003 - the first time the world’s biggest annual sports event has been aired on a UK terrestrial platform since 1998.
American football - 25 Nov 2002
National Football League (NFL) is to invest a significant sum in the marketing of its flagship event, the Super Bowl. This unprecedented commitment coincides with the first live broadcast of the Super Bowl on terrestrial television since 1998.
American football - 24 Mar 2000
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