Forbes Sports Money

Dig into the business of sports with Forbes Executive Editor, Mike Ozanian, as he speaks with team owners, athletes and industry leaders about the money and enterprise born of supreme athletic competition.

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Commissioner Gary Bettman On NHL Team Values

The Vegas Golden Knights, the NHL's newest team, went for $500 million and the league's next expansion team could go for $650 million. On this SportsMoney episode, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman talks about hockey's economics, franchise values and why the NHL is not participating in the Winter Olympics.
00:25:00 1/11/2018

Past Episodes

When it comes to earnings, it's not the amount of money athletes get paid by their team, or how much they earn in prize money that makes them mega-wealthy. It's the amount they earn from their marketing and business ventures. On this SportsMoney podcast, Kurt Badenhausen, the leading guru on athlete earnings, discusses his new Highest-Earning Athletes of All-Time list.
00:46:00 1/4/2018
Listen to the Orlando Pride goalie as she discusses the sport of soccer, the rise of women's soccer, her sober take on competition and drive -- and her commitment to her fans.
00:47:00 12/28/2017
BuzzFeed's investigative reporter, Ken Bensinger, has been all over soccer's fraud, thievery and recent trials. He knows the parties to the parties to all the scandals and where all the bodies are buried. He divulges all on this SportsMoney podcast.
01:04:00 12/21/2017
The Pac-12 is the only college conference to wholly own a network, which provides a unique set of challenges and benefits. One this SportsMoney podcast, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott discusses the economics of the Pac-12 networks, as well as recent deals with Alibaba, Facebook and Twitter.
00:56:00 12/14/2017
CAA Sports is the most powerful sports agency in the world, recently agreeing to represent Shohei Ohtani, the hottest free agent in baseball. On this SportsMoney podcast CAA Sports co-head Michael Levine discusses how CAA executes its game plan for athletes like Dwyane Wade and Aaron Rodgers, among others.
00:35:10 12/7/2017
On this SportsMoney podcast, Mark Lev, managing director of Fenway Sports Management (FSM), digs into MLB's sponsorship growth and what it means for the sport. Lev, who has been intimately involved with many of FSM's deals, including its unique partnership with LeBron James, also divulges some secrets on developing high-impact business deals with sponsors and athletes.
00:45:02 11/30/2017
The Bruce Sherman-Derek Jeter group wants to pay for their purchase of the Miami Marlins by slashing the teams payroll. That's bad for baseball. On this SportsMoney podcast super-agent Scott Boras has a plan he believes would prevent teams from tanking and improve the sports economics.
00:43:07 11/23/2017
The man who once worked for Warren Buffett wants to tap into every market from Milwaukee to London to make the Bucks new arena a success. On this SportsMoney podcast the president of the NBA team, Peter Feigin, also explains why having 22-year old phenom Giannis Antetokounmpo helps.
00:53:00 11/16/2017
The Duke University field hockey All-American and two-time team captain has been with ESPN since 2003 and launched espnW.com in 2011. The site now generates millions of monthly unique viewers. Listen to Gentile explain how her career led to the creation of the site and how she comes up with its content on this SportsMoney podcast.
00:45:48 11/9/2017
Google, Amazon and Apple are poised to invest a lot of money in sports content and developing the technology to deliver the best experience to consumers. They will be throwing sharp elbows at each other as they battle for our time and dollars. On this SportsMoney podcast, Michael Wolf, the cofounder of Activate, a strategy and technology consulting firm, explains how this battle is likely to play out.
00:39:45 11/2/2017

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The Vegas Golden Knights, the NHL's newest team, went for $500 million and the league's next expansion team could go for $650 million. On this SportsMoney episode, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman talks about hockey's economics, franchise values and why the NHL is not participating in the Winter Olympics.
00:25:00 1/11/2018
When it comes to earnings, it's not the amount of money athletes get paid by their team, or how much they earn in prize money that makes them mega-wealthy. It's the amount they earn from their marketing and business ventures. On this SportsMoney podcast, Kurt Badenhausen, the leading guru on athlete earnings, discusses his new Highest-Earning Athletes of All-Time list.
00:46:00 1/4/2018
Listen to the Orlando Pride goalie as she discusses the sport of soccer, the rise of women's soccer, her sober take on competition and drive -- and her commitment to her fans.
00:47:00 12/28/2017
BuzzFeed's investigative reporter, Ken Bensinger, has been all over soccer's fraud, thievery and recent trials. He knows the parties to the parties to all the scandals and where all the bodies are buried. He divulges all on this SportsMoney podcast.
01:04:00 12/21/2017
The Pac-12 is the only college conference to wholly own a network, which provides a unique set of challenges and benefits. One this SportsMoney podcast, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott discusses the economics of the Pac-12 networks, as well as recent deals with Alibaba, Facebook and Twitter.
00:56:00 12/14/2017

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