Month: October 2019

Ex-NBA Exec Finds New Career Path in Plant-Based Burger Patch

After more than a decade as a sports executive, Phil Horn thought he’d always work in the industry – at least until an entrepreneurial itch took hold. Now, the former […]

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Anchored By Kirk Cousins Show, Vikings See Podcasting Growth

Many NFL teams have podcast networks. Only one is headlined by an $84 million starting quarterback. When the team and the Vikings Entertainment Network, released their new podcast lineup for […]

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Humans vs. AI: Drone Racing League Debuts Autonomous Racing Drone

Artificial intelligence’s presence in professional sports is rapidly expanding.  Since July, the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball and the NFL have each experimented with AI technology to improve their business […]

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Shot Callers: Scott Shirley, CEO and Co-Founder, Pledge It

(Pledge It is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) Since its inception, Pledge It has supported campaigns for over 500 professional athletes. Moreover, their platform features thousands of everyday competitors, […]

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Conviva Social Insights Leaderboard Allows Sports Brands To See Competitor Metrics

(Conviva is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) While athletes compete on the field, marketing and content teams are competing off the field for share of attention in the […]

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Q&A: Bryce Harper On His Approach To Business Off The Field

Bryce Harper has never been far from the spotlight. Compared to LeBron James in a Sports Illustrated cover story when he was 16 years old, his profile has only grown […]

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Overtime SZN Programming Targets Gen Z’s Football Woes

Digital sports network Overtime is going to Primetime with its new slate of football programming. The three-year-old network targeting Gen Z sports fans will launch five new shows in an […]

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Chop On! Braves Boast MLB’s Biggest Fan Group on Facebook

There’s a certain thrill watching a live sporting event with tens of thousands of fellow fans in a stadium. Then there’s the feeling of watching it alone at home. A […]

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Another Year Of Declining Attendance: How Worried Should MLB Be?

MLB’s 2019 season was the year of the home run, as 6,770 long balls were hit, more than 600 than the previous high, with 15 teams setting new individual records. […]

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Florida Hockey Popularity Spurred By Community Investment

When Steve Griggs joined the Tampa Bay Lightning front office in 2010, the team had fallen on hard times. It had lost the magic from its 2004 Stanley Cup Championship, […]

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