Sports Facility Report, Volume 5, Number 2 (Fall 2004/Winter 2005)

Sports Facility Report, Volume 5, Number 2 (Fall 2004/Winter 2005)

Volume 5, Number 2 
(Fall 2004/Winter 2005)

  1. REVENUES FROM SPORTS VENUES
  2. STADIA MAGAZINE
  3. FACILITY UPDATE CHARTS

 

REVENUES FROM SPORTS VENUES/sportsvenues.com

The firm's weekly RSV newsletter tracks sports facilities under construction or being planned for development. The company also publishes the Revenues From Sports Venues Pro Edition which gives pricing, financing and other revenue data on stadiums and arenas in major and minor league facilities. Similar data is published in the College Edition which targets NCAA Division 1 schools.

Revenues From Sports Venues
PO Box 240854
Milwaukee, WI 53224
800-291-6109
email

STADIA MAGAZINE

Stadia magazine, the international review of sports venue design, operations and technology, was launched in 1999 and has firmly established itself as the leading source of news and business information on the global sports infrastructure market. Stadia reviews developments relating to all aspects of the stadium, arena and grandstand sector - from initial project concepts and renovation, through day-to-day operations - taking into account the increasing demands and expectations of sponsors, spectators and players alike.

Stadia is published seven times a year, with six issues of the bi-monthly magazine (published in Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept. and Nov.) and an annual Showcase Special each October. The magazine editions are news-driven, detailing the current trends and events in the sector, with the Showcase Special providing a once-a-year, 220+ page, in-depth review of best practice solutions. Magazine content is supported by news and research services through the web site at http://www.stadia-magazine.com/.

The magazine is distributed to over 14,000 readers across the globe - from North America, Europe, the Pacific Rim and the Far East to selected organisations in other parts of the world. Our targeted qualified readership includes facility owners/operators, leading national associations, sports governing bodies, sports teams, leagues and federations, event organisers and architects and key contractors.

FACILITY UPDATE CHARTS

Major League Baseball
National Basketball Association
National Football League
National Hockey League

Sports Facility Reports is a newsletter published twice a year (spring/summer & fall/winter) by the National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School, PO Box 1881, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53201-1881. For further information contact the NSLI by phone at (414) 288-5815, by fax at (414) 288-5818, or by email. Upon request, this publication is distributed via email to individuals in the sports field.

Editorial Staff:
Professor Matthew J. Mitten, NSLI Director
Professor Paul M. Anderson, Editor & Designer, NSLI Associate Director
Contributors to Volume 5, Number 1: Anthony Anzelmo, Susan Menge, and Jenni Spies