Company builds radio studio in Brentwood, Tenn., headquarters and begins broadcast of the nation's only college sports daily radio show. The show airs every weekday on Sirius Satellite Radio Channel 123 from 7-10 am ET.
Company editor-in-chief Bobby Burton selected to speak on panel for Ethics in Sports Journalism at Intercollegiate Athletics Forum.
November 12, 2004
NIKE becomes first major sponsor of Company, including category-exclusive sponsorship all broadband products.
August 9, 2004
Company announces long-term exclusive-licensing agreement with Landmark Communications. Landmark operates network sites for Nebraska, Indiana, North Carolina, Florida, Florida State, Kentucky and Iowa.
July 1, 2004
Company moves corporate headquarters from original location to 15,000 square foot office space in Maryland Farms area of Brentwood, Tenn.
June 10, 2004
Company launches AMP, a unique broadband product focusing on elite recruits. It is another industry-first for Rivals.com.
June 4, 2004
Company announces exclusive-licensing agreement with GoAZCats.net, the nation's most visited website covering University of Arizona sports.
June 1, 2004
Company announces that more than 200 writers/reporters contribute content on a regular basis to the network.
March 4, 2004
Company names Jerry Meyer its national basketball recruiting analyst. Meyer is college basketball's all-time assist leader, a former assistant coach at Vanderbilt and played college ball with Rivals.com CEO Shannon Terry.
January 4, 2004
"When the next LeBron James or Carmelo Anthony begins to emerge from some remote playground or dusty prep gym, it most certainly won't be ESPN, Sports Illustrated or this newspaper that will break the story. That distinction will most likely belong to Rivals.com." -- Eric Fisher, The Washington Times; story link