Month: February 2018

What Bull Riding Can Teach You About Real Time Visual Storytelling

How a lightning-fast photo workflow helps Professional Bull Riders increase fan engagement online.

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Dontrelle’s Diary: Life of an Extern — Lights, Camera, Action

This past weekend was full of events, learning, and new experiences.

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Why Orlando City is Turning to Alexa to Deliver News to Fans

The soccer club has rolled out one of the first uses of an Alexa Skill at a team level.

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With 747 Warehouse St., adidas Delivered an Unprecedented Basketball Culture Festival

“adi-Palooza” officially cemented brand’s Los Angeles footprint.

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Why the LPGA is Investing in a Social Media Tool to Help Golfers Build Their Digital Brands

The association has teamed up with Nebraska-based opendorse to give their golfers a way to build and monetize their social media channels.

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How David Miller Landed At SAP

Miller credits his time on playing on an athletic team to his success in the sports industry.

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It’s All Fun and Games (‘Till Somebody Brings Up the Money…)

This year will bring about a shift in the coverage of America’s Pastime.

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How a Successful Sports Creative Agency Is Preparing For a Jump To Esports

With esports, the opportunity to support coverage through digital content is key to the success for the emerging industry.

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How the NBA All-Star Twitter Emojis Come to Life

Whether you’re #TeamStephen or #TeamLeBron, you can thank Ethan Johnston for giving #NBATwitter the tools for a timeline full of emojis.

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Cut the Cord: How Ticketing Professionals are Shifting with the Times

Not only do traditional broadcast companies have to compete with streaming services, so do live events.

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