Month: December 2018

Sports Streaming Has Room for Improvement in 2019

In the year ahead, we can expect sports broadcasters’ online streams to continue improving quality and offer greater online experiences.

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How Kris Budden Balances Life as a Mom and an ESPN Reporter

Thanks to immense talent and a strong work ethic, Kris Budden leans into every aspect of her life, from her job at ESPN to her role at home.

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Inside the Event Management Playbook for College Football Bowl Games

If working all year to organize one bowl game sounds absurd, think again. There’s plenty of opportunities to make your mark by working in events management.

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How FloSports Quickly Became a Major Player in Live Sports

In 2018 alone, FloSports has secured more than 150 new rights deals, helping to accelerate the company’s growth in a major way.

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Inside Reno Professional Teams’ ‘5-Hour Workday’ Experiment

What if actually instituting a better work-life balance made you more productive? Two professional teams are committed to giving it a try.

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Why Winning Should No Longer Be a Strategy When it Comes to Driving Attendance

With a bevy of entertainment opportunities across the board, winning shouldn’t be considered a driving force when it comes to converting customers.

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Swet Tailor Success Buoyed By Modern Athlete’s Fashion Preferences

The brand’s ability to connect with today’s most well-known athletes has led to more investment opportunities to market towards the everyday fan.

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How Oregon State Is Helping Players Prepare for Life Beyond Football

While many universities have student-athlete services divisions, programs this specific to football are extremely rare in the NCAA.

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Chicago Bulls Strive to Digitally Innovate While Honoring Their Past

The Chicago Bulls’ digital department is constantly finding the balance between creating fresh, new content and paying homage to the team’s rich history.

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GamerzArena Helps Brands and Athletes Build Their Value Through Video Games

Video gamers do not have to be professionals to enjoy playing competitively. Just ask GamerzArena, a company that is making its mark in the exploding space.

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