Category: sports

  • The GoPro Sports Network

    The GoPro Sports Network

    This is the first in a series of posts related to GoPro. While they are a hardware company by trade they are also trying to become a content company. I think they can do it but they have to want to do it.  GoPro has gotten hammered over the last year as far as Wall […]

  • Into The Turn

    Into The Turn

    It’s not a secret. It’s not even something in your blind spot. It’s as clear as daylight and it can’t seem to get here fast enough. Over the top (OTT) programming replacing traditional viewing. The world of apps and devices like Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire are here to stay but getting content onto […]

  • Not Good For The City

    Not Good For The City

    I check out various podcasts while on long runs. From The Audible on FoxSports to NPR’s Fresh Air. One I pop on regularly is The Brookings Institute Cafeteria podcast. They had Smith College Economics Professor Andrew Zimbalist on recently. He has written well over a dozen books on sports and money. His most recent (which […]

  • Outside The Comfort Zone

    Outside The Comfort Zone

    Nate Boyer is a baller. Volunteering in Africa, Green Beret, walk on at Texas and now trying to make it in the NFL as a long snapper for the Seattle Seahawks. The definition of a baller. He recently wrote an article for Monday Morning QB which was something outside of his comfort zone. Something he thinks […]

  • Madness of Descent

    Madness of Descent

    Sometimes you come across a kick ass piece of content. From the story itself to the way it’s laid out. This is one of those pieces of content. It’s done by a the Wall Street Journal’s Joshua Robinson (@joshrobinson23). Cool story, cool layout and all around great execution. Enjoy! The Madness of Descent

  • Diversity In Baseball’s Front Office

    Diversity In Baseball’s Front Office

    Interesting report from the Newshour on PBS.

  • The Online Sports Network That Wasn’t

    The Online Sports Network That Wasn’t

    Originally posted on Sideline Signals:
    By Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard It appears that we are at a tipping point with the live streaming of sporting events. While the rumblings have been there for many years it finally seems like we are about to crossover into a world where you will finally have a choice between…

  • I Miss Some Things

    I spent a few days with old co-workers in Dallas. It was a good time, with some great people and good laughs. But I am not back. I had to answer that question a few times. It was flattering to be asked but it also makes you wonder a little. While I do not miss […]