Selected TV, Print and Radio Appearances

September 19, 2014: Alicia is quoted in the Sunday issue of the Miami Herald, where she discusses domestic violence scandals in the NFL.

September 9, 2014: Alicia discusses the role the media played in Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension from the NFL on Sports Talk Florida.

June 18, 2014: Alicia joins CNBC’s “Nightly Business Report” to discuss the Redskins’ loss of federal trademark protection.

April 29, 2014: Alicia discusses how racist comments made by Donald Sterling could impact the Clippers’ sponsorships with CNBC.

March 26, 2014:  Alicia discusses the NLRB’s Chicago regional office’s decision to allow Northwestern football players to unionize on Al Jazeera America.

March 25, 2014:  Alicia is quoted by CNBC about Kobe Bryant’s decision to invest in a beverage company.

March 19, 2014:  Alicia is interviewed by “Marketplace” about revenues from Jason Collins’ jersey sales.

February 17, 2014:  Alicia is interviewed by “Marketplace” about sleeved jerseys on NBA players.

September 8, 2013:  Alicia discusses the growth of women’s sports apparel on Headline News.

February 16, 2013:  Alicia talks about Jeremy Lin’s earnings potential on CCTV.

November 20, 2012:  USA Today interviews Alicia on Rutgers’ move to the Big Ten Conference.

August 2012: Colorado School of Mines highlights Alicia’s career in its Summer 2012 edition of Mines Magazine.

August 3, 2012:  The Chicago Tribune shares Alicia’s story originally published on Forbes on Gabby Douglas’ earnings potential.

June 19, 2012:  Sports Business Daily cites Alicia’s take on the growth of the NBA’s presence internationally.

April 17, 2012:  Dennis Dodd of interviews Alicia about the firing of Arkansas head football coach Bobby Petrino.

March 20, 2012: Alicia explains the economic impact the Women’s Final Four will have on the city of Denver on CBS Denver.


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