Month: July 2016

One Tweet and a Leap of Faith

By: Amari Dryden, @Amari_Dryden In this day and age, social media impacts everyone’s lives. Mine is no different. One tweet can make a difference in a person’s life, good or […]

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The Social Media Seven: 7/10–7/16

By: Parth Shah, @shah_parth_ Welcome to the first Sunday edition of the Social Media Seven! Every week, we will highlight the most notable tweets, posts, or social media strategies in […]

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Creating the Future of Sports Tech

This interview is presented to you by the University of Nebraska — Lincoln Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration By: Stefan Kollenberg, @stef_kberg As we all […]

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Going Beyond the “Intern” Title

This is posted as part of our Summer Intern Blog Series. Be sure to come back each week as interns from around the country share their summer experiences with us! […]

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PReparing for Rio 2016: The Unique Opportunities & Challenges of an Olympic Year with Octagon Olympic & Action Sports’ Drew Johnson

This piece was first published for PRSA on May 5, 2016 at https://prsay.prsa.org/pr-sections/entertainment-and-sports-section/. By: Natalie Mikolich, @npmikolich We are just about three months away until the world unites and comes […]

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Is Pokemon Go Worth Your Time?

By: Mark Hodgkin, @Mark_Hodgkin I remember sitting in a work meeting in the spring of 2009. I was surrounded by smart marketers as we debated whether to jump in on […]

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140 Characters Can Get You More than Just a Favorite or Retweet

This post is part of the #YPSportsChat Blog Series! This series will give young professionals an inside look at the intricacies of the sports business world and advice on how […]

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Looking Back and Looking Ahead

This is posted as part of our Summer Intern Blog Series. Be sure to come back each week as interns from around the country share their summer experiences with us! […]

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Wearables as a Sponsor Asset

By: Arin Segal, @arinsegal When you graduate from college as I did in June, lots of time suddenly becomes available. The past year, I have progressively added more and more […]

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When the Right Path is a Circus

This interview is presented to you by the University of Nebraska — Lincoln Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration By: Justin Mears, @jmears26 If Mark Fine, […]

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