News in Review The Senators: Selling the Home Team

News in Review The Senators: Selling the Home Team

As we have seen in previous News in Review stories, business and sport are inextricably linked and subject to the same market forces and market realities as other businesses. This story, which focuses on the Ottawa Senators NHL hockey team, also examines the medium-market sport franchises of Canada’s “national game” in Quebec City, Winnipeg and Edmonton. The role of government subsidies for businesses, in this case professional sport organizations, is the controversial issue at the heart of the story. And once again the issue of national and cultural identity is an underlying theme.

  • 2000
  • 00:15:45
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 03/15/2000
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Edition
March 2000
Subjects
Hockey -- Economic aspects -- Canada [LCSH] Professional sports -- Economic aspects -- Canada [LCSH] Sports -- Economic aspects -- Canada [LCSH] Hockey teams -- Economic aspects -- Canada [LCSH] Ottawa Senators (Hockey team) [CSH] Business education [LCSH] Economics [LCSH] Sports [LCSH]
Team
Knowlton Nash (Host), Mark Kelley (Journalist), Raj Ahluwalia (Journalist), Jason Moscowitz (Journalist), Saša Petricic (Journalist)
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