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Next month in SportsPro: the double issue
The December/January double edition of SportsPro is a bumper issue befitting its name. Jim Pallotta (pictured), the brash new owner of AS Roma, is a breath of fresh air for Italian soccer. His group is bringing cutting-edge sports business practices to a club and a league that has fallen behind in modern standards. He details his vision at length, as we get inside the new AS Roma operation.
Elsewhere, in a unique double-header, NBC Sports chairman Mark Lazarus and Fox Sports president Eric Shanks map out the future of the US sports broadcast landscape, while San Francisco 49ers COO Al Guido shows us round Levi’s Stadium and we bring you the best from a busy season of conferences, including exclusive interviews from Sportel, ICSS’s Securing Sport 2014, Leaders and more.
As another year hurtles towards its conclusion, the IOC is preparing to set out a roadmap for the future of the Olympic movement. The next edition of SportsPro will get inside Agenda 2020, bringing analysis and conclusions before the IOC sits down in mid-December.