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Social Media And The NFL, Plus New Web Show!

I started a new web show. I teamed up with the great crew over at The Pulse Network for a weekly half hour show to give you more content, expert interviews, and insider tips in sports, social media, marketing and more. I’m still in the early stages and updating the format each week, but my…

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Social Media In Sports Heads Over Seas

If you think social media in sports is only booming in the United States, think again. Europe’s first sports social media site is now up and running, sportpost.com. A free site that combines the best videos, blogs, news, and debates from the world of sports is now in one central location, where fans have the ability…

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Does the future of sports media belong to ESPN?

For the last few decades, ESPN has been the unquestioned “Worldwide Leader in Sports.” What started as a Connecticut based, Connecticut focused, 24-hour sports network has now become more than ten popular channels across the world (including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN News, ESPN Classic, and ESPN Deportes) and a highly-trafficked website (ESPN.com) devoted to delivering the…

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Interview with Director Ron Shelton

Gregg Marc Miller interviews director Ron Shelton, a legendary film maker of classic sports films such as Bull Durham, White Men Can’t Jump, and Tin Cup. Set in the comfortable surroundings of Santa Monica California, Gregg gets up close and personal with Ron about his time as a minor league baseball player and discuss Tiger…

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Social Media Report Card – The MLB

Ah, baseball. America’s past time. The game has been around, and flourished, for a long, long time. In recent years (since the mid 90’s), baseball has hit a rough patch, with the Steroids Era. However, baseball is trying to change its image, and social media is part of that effort. Social media makes sense for…

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Sports Media PR, Then and Now

As the old Virginia Slims tagline for the Women’s Tennis Tour said  in the 1970s, “WOW!” Oh, wait … that line was, “You’ve come a long way, baby.” The way publicists communicate with sports editors and reporters has changed along with the rest of the media world. What people on the outside of the industry may not know, however,…

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Hop On The Social Media Wagon In One Month

Image by Matt Hamm Lewis asked me to discuss the benefits of blogging to enhance your sport marketing efforts this week. Being a huge advocate of blogging, this shouldn’t be a problem for me, but when I sat down to write the words didn’t flow. I suspect because in my mind there’s a logical progression…

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Video Interview With Bill Rasmussen: Founder of ESPN!

The Princeton Sports Symposium is one of those sports industry events that you just don’t want to miss out on. For those of you who did, its my goal to give you the best highlights from the event. Although I was not able to cover everything, I did get a number of video interviews with…

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