Sport and Corporate Nationalisms

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Table 2.1.NBA viewing figures in Britain (1996–2001) 21
Table 2.2.Demographic profile of Leicester Riders fans 23
Table 5.1.Programs set up under the Avon WorldWide Fund for Women's Health 94
Table 9.1.Premier League sources of revenue174
Table 9.2.Premier League recent shirt sponsorship deals178
Figure 2.1.NBA strategies of expansion in Britain 1993–2001. 20
Figure 8.1.Guinness Global Management Team.152
Figure 8.2.Guinness brand architecture.155
Figure 9.1.Value chain for football business.175
Figure 10.1.News Corp. corporate holdings (simplified).192
Figure 10.2.Disney Corp. corporate holdings (simplified).195
Figure 10.3.Time Warner corporate holdings (simplified).197
Figure 10.4.BCE Inc. corporate holdings (simplified).205
Figure 10.5.CanWest corporate holdings (simplified).209
Figure 10.6.Rogers corporate holdings (simplified).212
Figure 10.7.Quebecor corporate holdings (simplified).215


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