Why Pittsburgh, not Philadelphia, has been Pennsylvania's pro sports capital over last 50 years

Posted on Thursday, Dec 07, 2017
In an era when media revenue is vital for any franchise, Pittsburgh's TV market is downright tiny, the 63d largest in the U.S. (Philadelphia's is No. 4). Pittsburgh is also among the smallest NHL and baseball cities.
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