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Headlines on April 3rd, 2024: Kansas City Royals, Big 12, Brighton, and MSG Sports

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Today’s highlights from The Wire include a record-breaking women’s college basketball game between Iowa and LSU on ESPN2, which drew 12.3 million viewers. In addition, Silver Lake and Endeavor announced a $13 billion deal to take the agency private, and Arctos raised $4.1 billion for its second sports investment fund.

Other notable news includes Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City reporting significant losses for the 2022/23 Premier League season, Missouri voters rejecting a sales tax proposal to fund a new ballpark for the KC Royals and upgrades to Arrowhead Stadium, and McLaren making changes to their F1 technical department.

Brighton CEO Paul Barber also signed a new contract until 2030 after the club’s record profit, while the ECB is exploring private investment in The Hundred teams. Meanwhile, The Masters has partnered with IBM to use Gen AI for Spanish language audio and real-time data analysis. Other stories cover Manchester City vs. Arsenal setting a new US viewership record for a Premier League match, discussions between BCCI, ECB, and Cricket Australia to revive the Champions League Twenty20, and more.

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