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Heather J. Lawrence, Andy J. Fodor, Chris L. Ullrich, Nick R. Kopka and Peter J. Titlebaum

Sport Management, 16 ( 3 ), 239 – 246 . doi:10.1123/jsm.16.3.239 10.1123/jsm.16.3.239 College Sports Solutions . ( 2015 ). University of Alabama at Birmingham: Review of UAB Athletics . Retrieved from Cooper , C. , & Weight , E. ( 2011

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Jon Michael Mills and George L. Daniels

The amount of time dedicated to sports coverage in local news has decreased substantially in recent years. In fact, some networks have eliminated traditional sports segments or outsourced them to national organizations. The now defunct Sinclair Broadcast Group’s SportsCentral represented a cost-efficient way to produce local sports segments in multiple media markets, and this study sought to understand how SportsCentral broadcasts compared with traditional broadcasts in 3 markets. An analysis of SportsCentral segments over a 17-month period in the Birmingham, AL; Oklahoma City; and Tampa–St. Petersburg markets showed that traditional sportscasts provided more local sports coverage than shows airing SportsCentral. While relying more heavily on satellite-generated content, sportscasts using SportsCentral had a wider variety of stories and aired more sports feature stories and franchises than the traditional sportscast. However, local newscasts found ways to integrate sports coverage into the news broadcast to cover late-breaking or important local stories.

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John Vincent, Jason W. Lee, Kevin Hull and John Hill

strategy firm hired after the campaign’s development to empirically evaluate its results, were also examined. Our document analysis included the UA student newspaper, the Crimson White; local newspapers the Tuscaloosa News and Birmingham News;; and the University of Alabama Alumni magazine

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Robert J. Lake

-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands); Mallorca Open, Calvia (Spain); AEGON Classic, Birmingham (Great Britain); AEGON International, Eastbourne (Great Britain); and the Wimbledon Championships, London (Great Britain). 10. See, for example, The Tennis Party by Mary Hayllar, 1880; Afternoon Tea at a Lawn Tennis Club Tournament by

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Jessica L. Siegele, Allison B. Smith and Robin Hardin

). Birmingham, AL : Southeastern Conference . Retrieved from Stangl , J.M. , & Kane , I.J. ( 1991 ). Structural variables that offer explanatory power for the underrepresentation of women coaches since Title IX: The case