USA Today Sports Weekly
USA Today Sports Weekly is an American sports newsmagazine. It is owned by the Gannett Company and is a spin-off publication of the USA Today newspaper. Currently, USA Today Sports Weekly focuses on baseball news. The magazine is published weekly, but will expand its focus to cover other sports. In the future, the magazine will incorporate video into its coverage. But what is it and why should I read it? Here are some things to consider.
OneSignal’s Advanced Analytics
OneSignal’s Advanced Analytics for Media Companies has enabled USA Today Sports Media Group to understand and quantify the effectiveness of content marketing messages. Using user-level relevance models and heavy analytical strategies, USA Today Sports has used OneSignal to personalize notifications and make them more relevant to their readers. USA Today Sports can now power over 12 million notifications each month, thanks to OneSignal’s advanced analytics.
Gannett Co., Inc.
The American mass media holding company, Gannett Co., Inc., is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The company is the largest newspaper publisher in the United States, based on total daily circulation. It publishes several major newspapers, including the Washington Post, the Baltimore Sun, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. In 2010, Gannett reported total daily circulation of 88 million.
OneSignal’s video solution
The media giant USA Today Sports Media Group relies on OneSignal to deliver the right content to their fans at the right time. With OneSignal’s WordPress Plugin, USA Today Sports can easily send notifications and reach its multi-million user base. It’s no wonder why the sports media giant has partnered with OneSignal. Read the full case study to learn more about how OneSignal is transforming the way sports brands engage their fans.
OneSignal’s community rules
OneSignal is a content distribution platform that helps media companies reach their audience through push notifications, desktop browser notifications, and deep-links within the SportsWire app. The platform makes it easy to engage with users and drive organic sign-ups. Its community rules help USA Today Sports Media Group stay in sync with their fans. The following are some examples of the rules that the platform’s community enforces.
Mike Tyson’s career
In his career as a heavyweight boxer, Mike Tyson has racked up an impressive financial profile. In addition to his millions in prize money, Tyson has earned an incredible amount of money through endorsement deals. In 2002, he was paid $100 million to fight Lennox Lewis, and in the same year, he earned $3.5 million from a guest appearance on WWE Wrestlemania XIV.