Ritz Carlton hotels say “Let us Stay with You.” The Four Seasons boasts, “Fifty Hotels. Twenty-Two Countries. One Philosophy.” These brand names and their respective branding statements conjure luxury and high-end customer service. What do your personal branding efforts say about you? Do such marketing terms as reliable and efficient come to mind? What about,…
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Branding for Today’s Sports Job Seeker
Ritz Carlton hotels say “Let us Stay with You” and the Four Seasons boasts, “Fifty Hotels. Twenty-Two Countries. One Philosophy.” These brand names and their respective branding statements conjure luxury and high-end customer service. What does your brand say about you? Do such marketing terms as reliable, efficient come to mind? What about, consistency, integrity, professionalism?…
Voice of the Box with Nike Senior Footwear Designer
Voice of the Box sits down for an exclusive interview with Nike Senior footwear designer, Jason Mayden. Want to be inspired? Want some great tips to help your career search, Jason provides that and more!
How to Work in Social Media for a Super Bowl Bound Team
Voice of the Box‘s latest interview comes in a timely matter, as the Super Bowl is set to go this Sunday in Dallas. Joining Matt is Duke Bobber, Internet Coordinator for the Super Bowl bound Green Bay Packers. Duke travels every game with the team, running the main Packers website, as well as its social…
Interview with Brock Huard of ESPN on Sports Media Careers
Voice of the Box recently sat down with Brock Huard, the co-host of ESPN Radio’s Brock and Salk show and a familar face on ESPN TV. Not only is Brock one of the best at what he does, he is also a former all Pac 10 QB and enjoyed a 6 year NFL career too….
Interview with Brooke Olzendam on Being an On-Air Talent
Voice on the Box is back with an exclusive interview with on-air talent Brooke Olyzendam. Brooke has worked in various positions within television including weather forecasts and news, but soon realized her passion lied in sports. She provides a candid view of what it is like to be on tv, including her hardest challenges, biggest thrills, and advice for up and comers. Don’t miss it!
Interview with Emily Edison On How To Get A Job In Sports
Voice of the Box recently interviewed University of Washington athletic department nutritionist Emily Edison about her role and how she got her start in the industry. Emily also shared her insight on what it takes to break into a career within the sports industry.
Interview with Tom Kansaro, NFL
Do you ever wonder who is responsible for all the communications between players and coaches on the sideline and in the press box? What about the stadium video board and all of the stadiums sound systems? Tom Kansaro is one of 32 people across the NFL who handles this massive job. Check out his interview…
Interview with Jerry Walker, NFL Replay Communicator
Matt Crevin, host of “Voice of the Box” interviews Jerry Walker. Jerry is the former PR Director for the San Francisco 49ers and current NFL Replay Communicator. Jerry discusses his PR background and keys to breaking into the world of PR. Jerry is the owner of four Super Bowl rings with the 49ers and is…
Interview with Joe Fonzi, Sports Broadcaster
This week Matt Crevin from Voice of the Box interviews Joe Fonzi. Joe is one of the top sports broadcasters in the state of California. He shares how he broke into sports and broadcasting as well as provides details on his tips to success.
Interview with Paul Tonelli
This week on Voice of the Box, Matt interviews one of the most recognized radio personalities in California. Paul Tonelli from the famous Lamont and Tonelli Show is also the stadium PA announcer at Candlestick Park. Paul shares how he got his start in radio and what key factors led to his success.
Interview with Ryan Leong, Radio Correspondent
This week Matt Crevin from Voice of the Box interviews veteran radio correspondent Ryan Leong. Ryan discusses his role, how he got his start and pearls of wisdom on how to break into a career in the sports radio business.