Month: July 2018

MLB Swings for the Virtual Fences With New VR Home Run Derby

The influence of VR on the Home Run Derby adds in a new element that gives any fan the chance to experience the thrill of the competition.

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Twitter’s Role in Career Advancement

When it comes to the sports business industry, it can be difficult for one to get their foot in the door. Truth be told, it’s even harder to climb the […]

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WNBA Player Turns to Online Program to Further Educational Aspirations

Angel Robinson, who currently plays for the Phoenix Mercury, spends her free time immersed in online classes.

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STN Digital Turns Up the Heat on Social Media

The San Diego-based agency has been able to help companies like the NBA and Twitter capitalize on major social moments across different platforms.

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Inside the Big Business That is Major League Eating

With $400-500 thousand available in prize money up for grabs every year, Major League Eating is more than just an average eating circuit.

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Inside @Rockies: How a Unique Digital Voice Was Born 

On this episode of Social on the Sidelines, Amara and Shahbaz sit down with Julian Valentin, Digital Media and Publications Director for the Rockies.

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Foundry IV to Bring Competitive Gaming to Vegas Casinos

Foundry IV and MGM Resorts International have teamed up to create an exclusive casino floor system to deliver gaming contests similar to poker tournaments.

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Contestant Dishes On the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest Frenzy

Inside the world of Major League Eating is a group of competitors who are dedicated to their craft and the esteem that comes with it.

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Views From the Pit Box: NBC Sports Gives NASCAR Fans a New Perspective

With former driver and two-time Daytona 500 champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. as the newest addition to its broadcast team, and his former crew chief Steve Letarte calling races from the […]

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LA Galaxy Use World Cup to Highlight Los Angeles’ Soccer Culture

With the World Cup so far from home this year, the Galaxy wanted to ensure that the Los Angeles community was still able to experience the thrill of the global event.

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