MSG Plays Defense vs. Stadium Plan

Donohue, Steve
November 2004
Multichannel News;11/29/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 48, p54
Reports on the lobbying strategy of Cablevision Systems Corp. to fight against the plan of Mayor Michael Bloomberg to build a new football stadium in Manhattan, New York. Impact of the plan on sports event revenue from the Madison Square Garden arena in the region; Information on the lobbying efforts being asked by CEO Jim Dolan with the New York Association for Better Choices on the company's defense against the plan; Details of the advertising campaign initiatives of Cablevision.


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