Recent Posts tagged with Edward Jones Dome

Venue News: St. Louis Rams Denied Public Funding for Stadium Upgrades, Can Break Lease After 2014 Season; Dodgers Face WiFi Delays

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group The organization that runs the Edward Jones Dome has made it official: The facility will not get a publicly funded $700 million upgrade that the St. Louis Rams requested, possibly leaving the city without an NFL team for the second time in almost 30 years. St. […]  More

Venue News: Cause of Super Bowl Power Failure Still Undetermined; Superdome Protects WiFi from ‘Rogue’ Devices

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group On Monday, less than 24 hours after a moment as surreal as any other in recent Super Bowl memory, the N.F.L. and local officials spent less time talking about the game and more time talking about the third-quarter power failure in the Superdome. Commissioner Roger Goodell […]  More

Venue News: UNLV Unveils Stadium Plans; St. Louis Rams Enter Arbitration Over Edward Jones Dome

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group A half-dozen “super suites” that will house 300 guests and sell for more than $1 million a year; theater-style seating; and the world’s biggest indoor stadium video screen – longer than a football field. Those were just three of the highlights of a proposed 60,000-seat “Mega-Event […]  More

Venue News: Rams Submit Upgrade Plans for Edward Jones Dome; Marlins Iron Out Stadium Kinks

The St. Louis Rams have submitted plans to upgrade the Edward Jones Dome, a key step to making sure the team doesn’t leave town. The team turned in its counterproposal on Tuesday, declining to release details. The plan was given to the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission, the operator of the dome that announced […]  More

Venue News: Sacramento Releases Stadium Financing Term Sheet; Rams Reject CVC’s Renovation Plan

Sacramento officials released new details on the proposed $391 million downtown arena Thursday, including a VIP parking garage and special $1 ticket surcharge. The city produced the all-important “term sheet” spelling out the financing structure agreed to by city officials, the Sacramento Kings, arena operator Anschutz Entertainment Group, and the ICON/Taylor development team. The document […]  More

Venue News: Vikings Reach Agreement to Build New Stadium; 49ers Secure Ground Lease in Santa Clara

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton, various state politicians, and the Vikings announced today that they’ve reached an agreement to build a new, publicly owned “People’s Stadium” on the site of the Metrodome, which would keep the franchise in Minnesota for at least the next 30 years while creating more than 13,000 jobs. The Vikings have agreed […]  More

Venue News: San Jose Earthquakes To Build New Stadium; Bills’ Toronto Preseason Game Moved Back to US

The San Jose Earthquakes have officially been cleared to build themselves a new home. The Quakes’ plans for a $60 million, 18,000-seat stadium cleared their last bureaucratic hurdle Wednesday night when the San Jose Planning Commission voted unanimously to deny an appeal by a local resident looking to have the team’s planned development permit rescinded […]  More

Venue News: Rams’ Lease Amended to Allow ‘Home’ Games in London; Tigers Plan New Video Board

The St. Louis Rams will be able to play a “home” game in England this year in exchange for boosting the number of weekends that the Edward Jones Dome can be booked for other uses during the football season. The team also agreed to pay temporary, game-day employees the hourly wages they would have earned […]  More

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