Month: November 2018

Lessons from Long Island Nets Coach Will Weaver’s Journey to the NBA G League

A successful career is crafted through a long journey of hard work and dedication. Just ask NBA G League coach Will Weaver of the Long Island Nets. 

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How Laurence Marsach Became Overtime’s Star Personality

Overtime Larry has made a name for himself by hosting some of Overtime’s most popular segments.

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The Importance of Useable Data for Colorado State Athletics

Colorado State Athletics is doubling down on data to help drive revenue and spot trends in ways it hasn’t been able to before.

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Penguins Rally Around Community in Aftermath of Synagogue Shooting

In the wake of the horrific Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, we’re reminded that sports can play a small part in helping restore a sense of normalcy.

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How NASCAR Stays Up to Speed in the Ever-Changing Digital Space

Under Tim Clark’s leadership, NASCAR Digital Media team has rolled out multiple new initiatives since the NASCAR playoffs began.

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Hudl Gets Deeper Into Hardware as Company Continues Its Evolution

With over 160,000 active teams and 4.3 million unique users, Hudl has come a long way in just 12 years.

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Superstars Help Showcase Importance of Social Media Value for Teams

MVPindex tracks social analytics to help teams and brands better understand the monetary value that channels can bring through sponsorships.

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Why Delta Private Jets Signed With MSG as a Suites Partner

Another notable luxury brand has come on board with the iconic venue and its event level suites.

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Front Office Sports and Anheuser-Busch InBev Team Up for Rising 25 Award

April 2019. 3 days. New York City. It’s going down!

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Marathon Managers: Social Teams Reflect on 18-Inning World Series Game

Sue Jo of the Dodgers and Kelsey Doherty of the Red Sox had a lot on their plates in Game 3 of the World Series, which lasted nearly seven and a half hours.

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