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NJ Casino Revenue Continues to Lag

Revel, the $2.4 billion casino resort widely seen as Atlantic City's best hope of survival, ranked 8th out of the city's 12 casinos in its first month of operation.

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Casino Revenue Up Around Nation, Down In NJ [AUDIO]

It's good news for commercial casinos nationwide, bad news for Atlantic City. While gambling markets in Las Vegas and New York are bouncing back from the recession, New Jersey's casino revenues remain down.

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Casino Revenue Up Nationwide, Big Drop In NJ

While casino revenue is up nationwide in 2011, the news is not so good for New Jersey, where gambling revenue fell 7%.

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Borgata Atlantic City Casino (Flickr: Stinkie Pinkie)
Borgata Atlantic City Casino (Flickr: Stinkie Pinkie)
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NFL Changes Tone On Gambling Advertising

It was a story that fell under the radar, but marked a radical change in stance for the National Football League.

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Slump Continues for Atlantic City Casinos

Mild weather and a new casino didn't provide much help for Atlantic City's casinos, whose revenue fell 5 percent last month.

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Bruno Vincent, Getty Images
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Internet Gambling One Step Closer To Reality In NJ [AUDIO]

Online gambling in New Jersey heads for a full state Senate vote after a legislative panel approved a bill to allow bets from other states and even other countries via the internet as long as federal and state authorities agree its legal.

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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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What’s Revel Have to Offer? Roof-Top Gardens, Indoor-Outdoor Pools, Clubs, Dining [AUDIO]

Revel Atlantic City opens for an eight-week preview today.

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Revel Casino Prepares To Open To Public; CEO Anxious [VIDEO]

Revel Atlantic City opens for an eight-preview next week, and no one is more anxious to get the cash registers ringing than its Chief Executive Officer, Kevin DeSanctis.

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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Will Revel Be A Game-Changer for Atlantic City? [POLL]

There are about 47 million adults within a six-hour drive of Atlantic City, yet about 40 million of those don't consider A.C. to be an option, said Dr. Israel Posner, a gaming analyst says.

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Casino Games At The Meadowlands Up For Assembly Talks

The Assembly Regulatory Oversight and Gaming Committee will host public hearings this year to discuss the pros and cons of bringing casino gaming to the Meadowlands. That word comes to today from Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Assemblyman Ruben Ramos who chairs the gaming panel.

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