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‘Future of Tennis Summit’ Brings Together All Segments of the Industry to Focus on Growth

While Novak Djokovic and Flavia Pennetta were working their way to the singles titles at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, Calif., the tennis industry came together for the inaugural Future of Tennis Summit, held during the tournament.

Click here to see Future of Tennis Summit recap courtesy of Inside Tennis.

Tennis Channel Launches new App

Tennis Channel has released a new app, Tennis Channel Everywhere, allowing fans to watch the channel live 24/7 wherever they want on mobile and tablet devices, as well as their PCs. The app is now available in both the iTunes and Google Play stores.

ESPN Executive Jason Bernstein Joins TIA Board of Directors

Jason Bernstein, senior director of programming and acquisitions at ESPN, is the newest member of the Tennis Industry Association’s Board of Directors. Bernstein oversees digital media programming content acquisitions and scheduling for ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network, ESPN3, and its authenticated networks service, WatchESPN. He is also responsible for the content acquisition and scheduling strategy for ESPN’s tennis business.

Dayton, OH Newspaper Highlights Cardio Tennis

Cardio Tennis, now in its ninth year, continues to garner media attention across the country and around the globe. With more than 1.5 million participations in the U.S. and with more than 30 countries delivering the program, media outlets continuously find the Cardio Tennis program a great way to connect with readers about health and fitenss opportunities, as did Debbie Juniewicz of the Dayton Daily News in Dayton, OH.

USTA, PTR, USPTA and USOC Launch 'Coach Youth Tennis' Program

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) today announced the launch of an educational curriculum program, “Coach Youth Tennis,” to improve the quality and standards of teaching tennis to kids and enhance the long-term development of children in the sport. The program consists of a series of online courses and a hands-on workshop introducing participants to the fundamentals required for success in working with children ages 10 and under.

Tennis Show, TIA Tennis Forum on Hiatus This Year; Will Return in 2014

The Tennis Show, which debuted in New York City last year just before the US Open, and tied into the 2012 USTA Tennis Teacher’s Conference, will not be held in 2013. However, the Tennis Show will return to New York in 2014.  The TTC, also on hiatus for 2013, will resume in 2014 with expanded plans to provide the best possible learning experience for tennis teachers and coaches.

Halfway Through 2013: A Snapshot of TIA Efforts

For the first half of 2013 the TIA has been focused on industry efforts to grow the game and the business of tennis. Under the direction of TIA President Greg Mason—whose two-year term commenced at the beginning of 2013—and our board of directors, we continue to focus our efforts on our key strategic platforms.

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