Sports Finance and Management : Real Estate, Entertainment, and the Remaking of the Business.

By: Winfree, Jason AContributor(s): Rosentraub, Mark S | Mills, Brian MPublisher: Bosa Roca : CRC Press LLC, 2011Copyright date: ©2012Description: 1 online resource (476 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781439897102Subject(s): Sports -- Economic aspects -- United States.;Sports -- United States -- Finance.;Sports -- United States -- ManagementGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Sports Finance and Management : Real Estate, Entertainment, and the Remaking of the BusinessDDC classification: 338.43796 LOC classification: GV716 .W558 2015Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Chapter 1: The Redefinition of the Sports Business -- Chapter 2: The Structures of Ownership -- Chapter 3: Financial Statements, Revenues, and Costs -- Chapter 4: Facilities:  "Disneyfication" and Design -- Chapter 5: Stadium Financing -- Chapter 6: Sports Teams and Real Estate Development, or Real Estate Development Companies with Sports Teams? -- Chapter 7: Media and Sports Management -- Chapter 8: What Are Teams Worth? Team Valuation -- Chapter 9: Demand and the Sports Business: What Does the Customer Want and How Does a Team Owner Provide It? -- Chapter 10: Pricing Strategies -- Chapter 11: Capital Budgeting and Team Investments -- Chapter 12: League Policies, Taxes, and Profits -- References -- Back Cover.
Summary: The Redefinition of the Sports BusinessIntroductionSports Finance and Management in Real TimeReferencesThe Structures of OwnershipIntroductionThe Emergence of Team Sports and Profitable MarketsOwnership and Expansion: From Individual Entrepreneurs to Large-Scale Entertainment, Real Estate, and Media FirmsOwnership Patterns TodayOwnership StructuresHorizontal and Vertical IntegrationThe Integration of Real Estate Development, the Media, Entertainment, and Team OwnershipReferencesFinancial Statements, Revenues, and CostsFinancial StatementsBalance SheetsIncome StatementsStatement of Retained EarningsStatement of Cash FlowsAnalyzing Financial StatementsRatio AnalysisRevenues and CostsStadium RevenueNFL In-Stadium RevenueNBA In-Facility RevenueNaming RightsMedia RevenuePlayer CostsFacilities: "Disneyfication" and DesignIntroductionFacilities: The Early HistoryThe Constrained Supply of Sports FranchisesDisneyfication and the Location of FacilitiesWhere Should a Facility Be Built?Design and the Competition for Discretionary IncomeThe Exterior Design of Facilities and Intrafacility CompetitionReferencesStadium FinancingIntroductionFinancing ToolsFinancing Facilities: Who Really Pays?Facility Financing: The Team's ShareFacility Financing: A Public Sector InvestmentReferencesAppendix 1Sports Teams and Real Estate Development, or Real Estate Development Companies with Sports Teams?IntroductionIncreasing Value of Downtown Locations for Sports FacilitiesRise of Horizontal Integration, Residential Real Estate, and Entertainment VenuesManaging the Real Estate Inside a FacilityManaging the Real Estate Outside the Facility: The Increasing Value of Sports Venues as Anchors for DevelopmentReferencesMedia and Sports ManagementIntroductionSports and the Media: Brief HistoryPhase 1: Media and Team RelationshipsPhase 2: Large Scale Revenue from the Sale of MediaSummary: RightsImpact of Phase 2: The Profitability and Revenue Power of Television, the NFL, and Revenue SharingPhase 3: The Vertical Integration of Teams and the MediaPhase 3 Continues: College Conference NetworksMedia, Sports, and the Future: Emerging Competition in the Delivery of Games to Fans and Advanced (Internet) MediaReferencesWhat Are Teams Worth? Team ValuationIntroductionEstablishing a Team's Market Value: Basic ObservationsValuation ModelsOther Factors Affecting ValueWhat Is the Value of NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL Franchises?Multiple EarningsConstant Growth Pricing ModelOther SportsCollege SportsConclusionReferencesDemand and the Sports Business:What Does the Customer Want and How Does a Team Owner Provide It?IntroductionDefining DemandLong Run Demand for SportsShort Run Issues in the Demand for TicketsReferencePricing StrategiesIntroductionTicket PricesAre Ticket Prices Too High, Too Low, or Just Right?Why Are Ticket Prices Inelastic?Price DiscriminationBulk and Group DiscountsProduct BundlingVariable Ticket PricingDay of Game PricingDynamic PricingPersonal Seat LicensesCondominium SeatsFutures OptionsPay What You WantMedia PricesMerchandise PricingReferencesAppendix 1Appendix 2Appendix 3Capital Budgeting and Team InvestmentsIntroductionTeam InvestmentsFacility InvestmentsPlayer InvestmentsCost of CapitalReferencesLeague Policies, Taxes, and ProfitsIntroductionLeague PoliciesPlayer DraftsRevenue SharingLuxury TaxesSalary CapsPromotion and RelegationCollective BargainingLeague SpecificsCompetitive BalanceTaxesRoster Depreciation AllowancePlayer TaxesState TaxesTicket TaxesTax Exempt Status for UniversitiesProfitsLeverageReferencesFurther Reading on League PoliciesAppendix References.
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Front Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Chapter 1: The Redefinition of the Sports Business -- Chapter 2: The Structures of Ownership -- Chapter 3: Financial Statements, Revenues, and Costs -- Chapter 4: Facilities:  "Disneyfication" and Design -- Chapter 5: Stadium Financing -- Chapter 6: Sports Teams and Real Estate Development, or Real Estate Development Companies with Sports Teams? -- Chapter 7: Media and Sports Management -- Chapter 8: What Are Teams Worth? Team Valuation -- Chapter 9: Demand and the Sports Business: What Does the Customer Want and How Does a Team Owner Provide It? -- Chapter 10: Pricing Strategies -- Chapter 11: Capital Budgeting and Team Investments -- Chapter 12: League Policies, Taxes, and Profits -- References -- Back Cover.

The Redefinition of the Sports BusinessIntroductionSports Finance and Management in Real TimeReferencesThe Structures of OwnershipIntroductionThe Emergence of Team Sports and Profitable MarketsOwnership and Expansion: From Individual Entrepreneurs to Large-Scale Entertainment, Real Estate, and Media FirmsOwnership Patterns TodayOwnership StructuresHorizontal and Vertical IntegrationThe Integration of Real Estate Development, the Media, Entertainment, and Team OwnershipReferencesFinancial Statements, Revenues, and CostsFinancial StatementsBalance SheetsIncome StatementsStatement of Retained EarningsStatement of Cash FlowsAnalyzing Financial StatementsRatio AnalysisRevenues and CostsStadium RevenueNFL In-Stadium RevenueNBA In-Facility RevenueNaming RightsMedia RevenuePlayer CostsFacilities: "Disneyfication" and DesignIntroductionFacilities: The Early HistoryThe Constrained Supply of Sports FranchisesDisneyfication and the Location of FacilitiesWhere Should a Facility Be Built?Design and the Competition for Discretionary IncomeThe Exterior Design of Facilities and Intrafacility CompetitionReferencesStadium FinancingIntroductionFinancing ToolsFinancing Facilities: Who Really Pays?Facility Financing: The Team's ShareFacility Financing: A Public Sector InvestmentReferencesAppendix 1Sports Teams and Real Estate Development, or Real Estate Development Companies with Sports Teams?IntroductionIncreasing Value of Downtown Locations for Sports FacilitiesRise of Horizontal Integration, Residential Real Estate, and Entertainment VenuesManaging the Real Estate Inside a FacilityManaging the Real Estate Outside the Facility: The Increasing Value of Sports Venues as Anchors for DevelopmentReferencesMedia and Sports ManagementIntroductionSports and the Media: Brief HistoryPhase 1: Media and Team RelationshipsPhase 2: Large Scale Revenue from the Sale of Media

RightsImpact of Phase 2: The Profitability and Revenue Power of Television, the NFL, and Revenue SharingPhase 3: The Vertical Integration of Teams and the MediaPhase 3 Continues: College Conference NetworksMedia, Sports, and the Future: Emerging Competition in the Delivery of Games to Fans and Advanced (Internet) MediaReferencesWhat Are Teams Worth? Team ValuationIntroductionEstablishing a Team's Market Value: Basic ObservationsValuation ModelsOther Factors Affecting ValueWhat Is the Value of NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL Franchises?Multiple EarningsConstant Growth Pricing ModelOther SportsCollege SportsConclusionReferencesDemand and the Sports Business:What Does the Customer Want and How Does a Team Owner Provide It?IntroductionDefining DemandLong Run Demand for SportsShort Run Issues in the Demand for TicketsReferencePricing StrategiesIntroductionTicket PricesAre Ticket Prices Too High, Too Low, or Just Right?Why Are Ticket Prices Inelastic?Price DiscriminationBulk and Group DiscountsProduct BundlingVariable Ticket PricingDay of Game PricingDynamic PricingPersonal Seat LicensesCondominium SeatsFutures OptionsPay What You WantMedia PricesMerchandise PricingReferencesAppendix 1Appendix 2Appendix 3Capital Budgeting and Team InvestmentsIntroductionTeam InvestmentsFacility InvestmentsPlayer InvestmentsCost of CapitalReferencesLeague Policies, Taxes, and ProfitsIntroductionLeague PoliciesPlayer DraftsRevenue SharingLuxury TaxesSalary CapsPromotion and RelegationCollective BargainingLeague SpecificsCompetitive BalanceTaxesRoster Depreciation AllowancePlayer TaxesState TaxesTicket TaxesTax Exempt Status for UniversitiesProfitsLeverageReferencesFurther Reading on League PoliciesAppendix References.

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