Sports TV consultant Neal Pilson dissects the evolution of women's sports on TV, the current state of network interest, where programming is headed and more.
Jim Delany has led the Big Ten since 1989 and upped the conference's women's sports participation numbers. Val Ackerman picks his brain in her latest edition of Man Up.
In the first edition of Man Up, Val Ackerman talks with Golden State Warriors president Rick Welts about the marketing and future of women's sports, and why its differences from men should be appreciated.
In her new column for espnW.com, Val Ackerman will talk with prominent male executives to get their ideas about where women's sports are headed.
Former WNBA president Val Ackerman has been hired as a consultant and advisor by the NCAA for women's basketball.
Recurring questions regarding women's sports are where do we go from here and what it will take to get there? Satisfying everyone involved will take time and a good game plan.
On the 20th anniversary of the Dream Team, it's the U.S. women who have their sights set on a fifth straight basketball gold medal and 40 straight Olympic victories.
In 2011, the women's sports landscape welcomed new champions and new fans. The next challenge: ensuring the financial viability of women's sports enterprises.
In Val Ackerman's view, the women's sports community needs to undertake an honest assessment of the business realities facing women's sports ventures.
On the 10th anniversary of that grim day, former WNBA president Val Ackerman shares her memories of being in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.
In the wake of a thrilling showcase, former WNBA president Val Ackerman notes the many challenges women's sports continue to face.
Val Ackerman, the league's first president, reflects on the challenging inaugural season -- and on how much women's basketball has grown since then.
The 2011 class of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame was enshrined Saturday, acknowledging their contributions to the game they love.
Former WNBA president Val Ackerman, who was so crucial to the development of the league, is among six who will be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame this Friday and Saturday.
No one questions a man's ability to coach either men or women. But Val Ackerman wonders what it would take for more women to assume leadership roles when it comes to coaching men.
Former WNBA president Val Ackerman and current Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw headline the six-person 2011 Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class.