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- What does this refer to?
- Why alternate explanation for building a stadium
- Impact of building stadium on
- Why does this occur
“Big League” City
why do people want this
What is the potential of building a new stafium for building and industry
All different public funding method – method to retire bonds
Ad Valorem taxes – how important they are to bond issues
Fractional assessment – what determines property tax – know formula
Use taxes – Different form of use taxes, which one is most frequently used to retire bond issues
Public relations problems – associated with building a new facility
Know what proximate development means
What is most frequently used as source of public funding in stadium
Potential public-private contracts when building stadium together – why are there conflicts? What is usual source for these
Different speeds – private can do different things at different speeds – why?
Perceptions – Private entities tend to hold about public entities they deal with and vice versa
Complimentary assets – between public and private entity
Public sector assets – important
Lease back sectors – when lease back and how important it is, when is it used? How does it compare to other arrangements
“Pump priming” – what purpose does it serve and who does it?
Premium seating – traditional sources of revenue for sports organization
PSL – know funding importance, which pro league has used this funding mechanism more than anyone
Naming rights – know term and length of contracts in usual naming rights deal, difficulty of having naming rights at college or university – compromise of alumni and donor of university
Potential downsides of naming rights partner
History of naming rights – what was the first stadium to be sold to naming rights
Evolution of ticketing – how did it start and how is it different today than when it started, what has been most important part of using computer in ticket operations
Computer surge – average highest percentage of its seats, hocky, football, baseball, etc.
Know difference in ticket sales in relative importance across NCAA D1, 2 and 3
What percentage of total revenue do ticket sales make in NFL
Ticket pricing in 1990s and impact on discretional spending of families
What have colleges and universities done to reward contributions to their institutions?
Secondary markets – resale, stubhub
Expected threshold – what does this term mean?
Tolerance Zone – what is this?
Teams that want to renew tickets threaten the ticket holder with something if they don’t renew tickets – what is that?
Typical fans perception of increased ticket prices is based on
Money back guarantee – which organization
Typical use of complimentary tickets are – who uses it the most and what for
Importance of off season ticket sales are to an organization
E-ticketing – people reluctant to use it, why
Importance of auditing ticket sales
Electronic media – hows are television audiences measured? Who measures them? Importance of measurements in importance to amount of rights fee
“Crown jewel” of sports
Syndication – know how syndicator operates
Know tactic that CBS used in televising their championships
Kinds of revenue sharing between broadcaster and team
Tax exempt bonds and who are they attracted to
1986 tax reform act prohibited what?
Supply, demand, and price
Financial statement – what is generated by taking assets-liabilities = profit
Best method of estimating economic value of adding another event
What influences demand for premium seating in stadium or reduce it
First org to sell personal seat licences
Impact of secondary marketers on ticket operations
Licensed merchandise – Know growth rate of revenue from licenced merchandise –slow, flat, or fast
Licensing and the NCAA
Impact of pay per view
Impact of satellite distribution of TV signals in terms of globalization
Know which sport benefits the most from the sale of licensed merchandise