Monthly Archives: February 2016

Social media is changing the way athletes make big announcements

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When it comes to professional athletes announcing their retirements, the media planets are in the process of a major realignment. Last week former Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings and Carolina defensive end Jared Allen announced that he was stepping away from … Continue reading

Sports network revenue stories educate consumers about more than stock prices

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There is reason for sports networks and their corporate parents to be concerned each time a negative revenue report is released in 2016, and it’s not all about dollars and cents on the surface. Sports networks – ok, ESPN in … Continue reading

Newton was wrong for his Super Bowl pressroom conduct, but shouldn’t be crucified

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Super Bowl 50 armchair quarterbacks are running at full force today, and comments are not so much about the game as they are about one player. And that player isn’t Peyton Manning or Von Miller. Cam Newton critics are loud … Continue reading

The NFL could generate great PR beyond the Super Bowl

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I was interviewed for a podcast last week when the host asked me about sports organizations that do the public relations thing wrong and what they could do to improve. I was really at a loss because there haven’t been … Continue reading

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