As Director of Interactive Media for the Boston Celtics, Peter Stringer (@PeterStringer) oversees the social media entities of one of the NBA’s most successful, storied and beloved franchises. I caught up with Stringer recently and asked him about social media, engagement, mobile apps and how job seekers can help their cause through social media. What…
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Levar Fisher is a retired NFL player for the Arizona Cardinals and New Orleans Saints. He now travels the country as a motivational speaker for youth, business, churches, and sports venues. While working with Levar and his wife Jacinta as their copywriter, I have observed how beautifully supportive they are of each other and how…
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing David Barton-Ginger, online social media manager for the New Zealand All Blacks Rugby team. Since we are based in the U.S, it was interesting to see what sports teams are doing all the way down in New Zealand. For those of you who don’t follow rugby, the All…
Sports agent Scott Norton represents some of the top players and prospects in the National Hockey League today including current Los Angeles Kings captain and 2010 U.S. Olympian Dustin Brown.
While Scott is used to his clients making headlines with their on-ice play, Norton made headlines of his own for a charity campaign that he started on Twitter called ‘Make My Day Mondays’.
I recently got to chat with Scott one on one about the movement he started, why he joined Twitter and what he sees as the future of social media use in the sports industry. Here is what he had to say:
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!
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.
WHO’S HUGE IN SPORTS? is proud to present the interview w/ former UCLA /NBA Basketball star Mitchell Butler.
From Cafe Chez Marie Restaurant in West Los Angeles listen in on his takes of Coach Lavin, Ron Artest and the Lakers:
Here is an interview with Robert Wuhl, writer, comedian, and actor who starred as a sports agent in the HBO show Arliss. Wuhl shares with us his thoughts with the current state of sports and how media has changed the presentation of players. Wuhl is an Emmy Award winner and also starred in Cobb, a story based on the life of baseball’s great Ty Cobb. See who he think is huge in sports.
Here’s my interview with Peter Berg. He’s the director of one of the greatest sports films of all time “Friday Night Lights,” and recent box office smash “Hancock.” Peter and I met at his film 44 studio in Santa Monica, CA to talk about his role in a television movie, where he took on the…