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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Nhl going back with espn Last week or the week before got a lot of attention which i thought was interesting because even when is been had the nhl. They didn't really seem to care about hockey that much. Obviously they'll care about it a lot more now that they have it back and i thought the nhl got a ton of money for a sport that does not generate big ratings. What did you make of that deal. I like it i like the nhl on espn. I think it gives visibility sport At a time when it does need it here especially here in the united states. You know to keep up with the joneses and makes sense that they're getting ahead of the curve on putting allowed. These games on espn plus. It's where a lot of these regular season games are going to be headed. Across a number of properties. They're just there kind of at the forefront if you want In the nhl is in terms of big leagues. Going over there. It's not you know the patriot league. This is the nhl gay. This is one of the big sports in the world. And it's putting a lot of games a lot of its regular season behind the table on the digital property and espn like we've talked about. Wants the populate that with content to get subscribers in their they're attracting subscribers and that disney bundle with hulu helps but they'll they want to start getting more and more sports fans and hockey fans are die hards and if they're gonna wanna watch it they're going to have to get on. Espn plus for a lot of those games. Yeah i don. I i hope every. Nhl fan understands it. I mean they're putting seventy five exclusive games on. Espn plus that means. Not you know your local team in your local market will not be on your local channel. It'll be on. Espn plus those games. And i think you know. I get why the you know i totally away. Spn is doing this. They're all about espn plus right now. I was still surprised. They paid as much. I thought the number was pretty high. But i guess if you need all that content for his pm plus you you're gonna have to fork over some cash. They're investing in in the digital strategy. Means you got to fork over some cash. And you know let some properties go in recent years and maybe they didn't pay as much as they thought they might have for the nfl. So you know there's room in there but You know two zero like we've talked about some of this zero-some game..

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:54 min | 9 months ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I don't know scamming an insurance company. If you're putting your case up there on instagram. I right away have an issue. You're not credible. Is that backwards thinking. And this is the time we live like. What's the deal with using instagram. To accuse deshaun watson of all this stuff you know just thinking outside of illegal round. I think it's just like anything we deal with in sports. There's a public relations strategy. Obviously to what they're doing just considering how high profile is now legally. I'm not even sure. I want to touch on this because i haven't worn. The lawyer hadn't so long it's been while fifteen years now but That there's just so much of a pr strategy. Something that is at the level. Where to shawn. Watson is is what he's doing though by going on instagram each day and saying. Oh there's another case. I'm not going to have details here. You can get the details and the houston court system or whatever it is that you've been at it so i don't know is it common or uncommon. What he's doing. I'm not even sure just with social media where it has gotten these days but yeah he wants to try and control the message and not only has attorneys but he has public relations. Strategist that are I hope he is listening to in what he wants to do with this particular case. Yeah well we'll make a hard left and now go to the nfl. Tv deals Natural segue yeah. Yeah it's just. I don't know if you're like i said if you're a lawyer using instagram for any case it is weird to me because usually you wanna play things close to the best so the antithesis of you know playing it close to the vest so i was told last week by someone who would pretty much know that we would get word on the nfl tv deals. This week hasn't happened yet. David is thursday at noon. I voted be interesting if the. Nfl announced all their new tv tv deals during the tournament. Sorta the steal the thunder of the tournament. I wouldn't put it past them. So maybe we get something today or a friday.

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Owner of Washington Justice Expresses Interest in CDL Expansion Spot

Esports Minute

01:55 min | 10 months ago

Owner of Washington Justice Expresses Interest in CDL Expansion Spot

"So yesterday A lot of my argument for why the CDLs jump in viewers wasn't big enough was the massive by ends. It takes to get into the league and I stand by that argument but that doesn't mean that people aren't still willing to pay those boxes if given the chance in all likelihood. The CDL probably would have expanded this past off-season had it not been for the pandemic. That was the timeline the o w l hit twelve teams year one expansion 220 in Year to all week Adam started the sports Business Journal reported that there is mutual interest between the CDL and the owners of the Washington Justice in the o w l to place a team in DC of the 12 CDL teams. Most came from the dead. Ownership groups as o w l teams. There are only a few that did not the Minnesota rocker backed by wise Venturi Sports. Now version one the London Broil Ravens backed by wrecked Global and the LA thieves the latest addition to the team the other nine teens, at least I'm pretty sure are all also tied to an o w l team in some way. It's all right. What's 2 take away here. Honestly in my opinion said investors are way too bullish on these leagues and I know it's not just my opinion the o w l has been on a downward trajectory for a while now and I don't think that's a controversial take investing another eight figure some into one of these franchise leagues without bringing in the established brand like optic face or thieves just feels like a really bold decision to be but on the flipside. I was super excited to see how these leagues played out when they could actually host events in the pandemic put a big chew on that after only a few weeks. Now, we are finally turning a covid-19 and there isn't really any reason I shouldn't have that same enthusiasm I had going into 2020. I really do hope these leagues succeed. It would be the single best thing that could happen for Esports. If events sold out wherever the League's win. I'm just not so confident. That's what's going to happen. I'm sure a b is focused on the year ahead. Clearly expansion is on the mind as well. We will almost certainly see a few new teams. Next year will be eight like the o w l i don't think so. But at least two to four probably going to be

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With $10M renovation, the columns at 500 Boylston are coming down, Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:13 sec | 10 months ago

With $10M renovation, the columns at 500 Boylston are coming down, Boston

"Soaring columns outside 500 Boylston Street in Back bay are coming down. The Boston business Journal reports. Construction has begun on a $10 million renovation of the building, which will include an open Air plaza where those columns now stand.

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Digital Product Transformation for Healthcare Companies with Jonathon Hensley

Outcomes Rocket

05:01 min | 11 months ago

Digital Product Transformation for Healthcare Companies with Jonathon Hensley

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez is here and today. I have the privilege of hosting the outstanding jonathan. Hensley he is the ceo of emerge interactive a digital product agency where he works with clients to transform. Businesses strategies user needs and new technologies into valuable products and services. He's an accomplished writer speaker. Jonathan has lectured on topics such as the connected consumers impact on business creating value through data driven experiences and user centric approaches to innovation in two thousand twelve. He was recognized in the portland business. Journal's forty under forty as wanna portland's emerging emerging professional and community leaders under jonathan stewardship emerge interactive has committed to a simple the loss affi the relationship between emerge and its clients should exist to create real and lasting value to change the conversation to move people to action to inspire and motivate a team to focus on what matters and we wanted to get jonathan on the podcast today to talk to us a little bit about what they're thinking about digital as we look to transform the way that we touch our communities our patients our customers through digital transformation. It's such a great time to have. Jonathan join us so jonathan. Just want to say big. Thanks to you for for making the time to be with us today. Well you so much for how we saw absolutely so before we dive into what. You're up to within healthcare You know and the work that you're your conducting there and thinking about what is it that that inspires your work in digital overall. Well i think what really inspires me about digital. How technology is fundamentally changing. The way that we live our lives day to day in the way that we work i had the opportunity to grow up in silicon valley and so i was surrounded by incredible people constantly. Innovating looking at how technology could permeate the way that we live and think about our daily lives interactivities and how we connect people and then seeing look how scaled out in really the foothold has taken businesses and innovation driving our economy and our conversations is just continued to inspire me in so over lost. Twenty two years. It's been the same motivation that's really driven and keeps me excited With this constant pace of change of how technology can continue to bring value to people dan. it's It's amazing right. I mean what we could do with whether a campaign to dry behavior or just you know how people access certain things technology can really help. And we've faced a lot of challenges through the covid pandemic and healthcare has really been more open than ever this type of change and this type of digital transformation. Why don't you talk to us a little bit about emerge and what exactly you guys are doing to help. Those of us in in healthcare. Yeah so one of the big areas of focus for merge is healthcare over the last fifteen years and we have really been working with organizations to not just embrace digital as a marketing tool or embraced it into how they can improve patient experience for support caregivers or support the relationship between patients and payers but really to come in in. How do we look at technology through the lens of empathy. How do we drive innovation. That can have sustainable. Long term impact and so a lot of our work is helping our clients wherever they sit in the healthcare spectrum to look at that empathy layer into really focus on digital as product a lot of time digital becomes this disposable thing where it becomes a tool and it is an essential tool but it needs to be managed out the product to drive continuous innovation and serve the providers and the patients that are out there and so i'll give a really quick example. Today's website for any hospital or care provider is essentially your front door in kobe. Just amplified that said okay. Well with a social distancing and being more where we need our websites to do a better job and i would argue that. Most websites are dramatically underperformed. Because they're being managed as websites that are more of information resources than they are as critical products. Meaning how do i help somebody. In an emergency navigate the services we can provide when they're in a state of distress burston being overwhelmed by how much information being presented. Or how do i help somebody or a family. Member find physician with network knowing their available understanding their expertise. And what does that look like provide end to end care. And that becomes very very complex as we all know when we start going from general practice into specialists and moving through the healthcare system.

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Despite Soft Launch, NRG's New Full Squad Gaming Brand Blew Up on TikTok

Esports Minute

02:27 min | 11 months ago

Despite Soft Launch, NRG's New Full Squad Gaming Brand Blew Up on TikTok

"Podcasting digital media and video programs. Please reach out to e-sports network CEO Mark dimmick using the email in the bio of the show the balance of power between competitive teens and gaming influencers is always interesting to look at four major sports organizations back in December energy brought out a new brand but the early growth happened naturally separate from the energy family. The first tick Tok on full Squad gaming page just says, hey, I'm Brady and this is Jennifer and Ben were on your for you page because this week we quit our jobs to start our very own gaming company. There's no mention of energy anywhere. It's also not mentioned in the bio or the logo of the tic toc Channel Energies. Is however the top comment on almost every single video on the page as they're always quick to it as you can imagine and I want to be clear. It's not like energy is hiding anything here. They just took a chance by not immediately incorporating them renamed to create a more authentic approach and it's worked out really well full Squad is over six hundred thousand followers in under one month Sports Business Journal is Adam Stern post an article yesterday and the connections between energy and full Squad gaming and that's the first major coverage in Esports. Although tube filter also wrote about this back in December energy. CEO Andy Miller said in a text to Adam Stern quotes are low-key soft large plans for FSG got turned on their head from day one. When our Tik Tok videos went viral and the full Squad account ballooned to six hundred and thirty thousand followers in the first weeks off instant audience discovering our other social platforms and our content is Off to the Races a link the article below the show. It's a good read and certain deserves credit for really highlighting these trends when other Publications were not on top of this page. Take away from this is just how insane Tik Tok is for gaming content full Squad also launched on YouTube and Instagram, but neither platform is crossed 100K yet. That's still good. Of course, but the insane following jump from Tik Tok is basically unmatched on other social platforms looking through their Tik Tok videos. There was one indication the new company had a big backer and that was the appearance of San Francisco 49ers starred in Eric Armstead scoducks. By the way, he appeared as part of a series called play yourself or big athletes do exactly what the name suggests they play as themselves in the sports them that they competed in real life that's going to suck a big

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"business journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Braintree and now we're getting reports of a crash in the back up near route 28. In Randolph, Kevin Brennan, WBC's traffic on the threes and going to the four day forecast. We're joined Live by AKI Weathers, Bob Larson. Bob has a looking It's looking windy and cold today and baddest is certainly colder than yesterday and mix of sun and clouds wouldn't be surprised if a couple of passing snow flurries at least western North City Temperatures today going in the wrong direction they've been dropping this morning into afternoon should level off here in the mid thirties, though real field temperatures in the upper teens with gusty wind the way gradually diminishing tonight, clear and cold, Although a 22 in fact into the teens overnight and most suburbs another chilly day tomorrow, But it won't be his windy is today some sunshine and it was high 35 to 40. It could be some rain showers tomorrow died. At least the city. Maybe a little snow and sleet, north and west. The city to Marty. Temperatures steady in the thirties, perhaps rising into the upper thirties. Lated either wilder weather on Thursday New Year's Eve sobre in the morning just cloudy. The antidote. I 45 to 50 and at this point it looks to be drive for the nighttime hours of New Year's Eve that the second storm will bring rain to the area later Friday, New Year's Day. Be sleet and freezing rain at the onset of that second storm temperatures under years day climbing to a high of 35 to 40 of them much wilder into the fifties on Saturday. Thank you. Weathersby of arson, WBZ Boston's news radio Right now it is 33 degrees in Fitchburg 39 in Plymouth, 35. Partly cloudy over Boston at 12 26. And it's time for a check on New England business. Let's go to Bloomberg's Jeff Bellenger. Fremont Asset Management is looking to build an apartment building in Quincy, Boston Business Journal says Tree Mont..

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"business journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston Business Journal says the state plan is similar to the Federal Paycheck protection program. The town of fell. Meth is close to becoming the 280th Massachusetts municipality to be designated as a green community. The Cape Cod Times says town officials have adopted an energy reduction plan and that was the last thing needed to get the designation. Airbus is developing and narrow Body jetliner and General Electric has submitted a proposal to supply engines for the plane. G E s involvement in the project was disclosed in a court opinion. I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Bollinger with New England business on WBZ Boston's news radio. You know, I would bet that pretty much everyone thinks they have the best taste in music, right. But apparently now there's a new bod that will let you know whether that's true or not just how basic are you? But your music choices. Answer that question. Technology website. The pudding is out with a box that critiques your Spotify wrapped list and spits out some judgy jabs at your listening habits. Jobs like there's a reason nobody listens to the same stuff as you You can access the AI at your own risk That was CVS is now Yomi recommit reporting, Police and Peabody are looking for a couple who apparently escaped with this snake worth $300 from the city Pet store. They say the couple entered Petco on Monday afternoon and asked if they could play with a python, which is against store policy. Understandably. So the man offered to pay for the animal and when an employee put it into a box, he grabbed it and they sped away in a car with that snake..

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Riot Games Reportedly Shopping English Media Rights for LoL Esports

Esports Minute

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Riot Games Reportedly Shopping English Media Rights for LoL Esports

"Games has confirmed their shopping the granddaddy of all media rights deals on the trains and said the Esports minute from a sports network. The Esports minute is presented by technology game-changers. Check them out at TGC play linked below media rights deals or one of the key ways traditional sports teams and leagues earn money, but in use Sports, they are nearly as valuable accepts me for this one Riot games is reportedly shopping the English media rights deal for League of Legends Esports. Ryan has already sold the Chinese specific media rights to Billy Billy for $113 according Port now that deal was only for the worldwide events. Not for the regional leagues. I think it's fair to assume. The English media rights deals are in the same ballpark, but it's hard to tell without knowing the individual leagues that were applied to the deal if right is selling the rights to broadcast the LCS the LEC and international events in English. It will undoubtedly be the biggest media rights deal in Esports History Month. The two key players vying for the rights will be YouTube and twitch YouTube swooped the Activision Blizzard media rights from twitch before this previous season becoming the whole of the OverWatch and Call of Duty leagues. But League of Legends Esports are on another level entirely international events are the most watched streams on Twitch every single year without fail. They are also broadcast on YouTube though. It seems like ahead of the next year. It's going to be one of the other this was first reported by Travis Gafford, but confirmed by the sports Business Journal a few days ago. Now how riots used divvy up. These meteorites will shape the E Sports landscape for years to come and whoever brings most cash to the table will set themselves up with the biggest Esports product in the world bar.

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IBM Signs a Deal with OWL

The Esports Minute

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

IBM Signs a Deal with OWL

"Had bill Lavar, Berry IBM's eastwards zero on the East sports our podcast last winter on it he talked about how they're hoping use IBM's Watson to help ease Ford Show casters and eastwards industry late last Night Sports Business Journal's Adam. Stern reported that IBM signed its first eastward steal. It begins with the currently happening Odobi well, grand finals and will extend through the two thousand, twenty, one and twenty, twenty, two seasons IBM will become the. Official eight Olympics cloud ai of the Oh wwl IBM Watson will be used to process match data, create better stats for shout casters and improve predictive analytics.

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"business journal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"30 30. NewsRadio Kale, BJ on John Cooley and topping off streets. News since 1999, the city of Austin, says the legislature has increased the filing of city related bills by more than 1500. The new session begins January and city staff expects the state to again try to preempt local ordinances, including police reform and short term rentals. Austin Health leaders say the areas close to reaching new lows in the covert pandemic, and with that be able to open up a bit more, But Austin area Health Authority, Dr Mark S. God says it's not the first time we've been in this position and drop the ball. We're not far away. We've hit 12 on that 70 moving average three times in three times. We've bounced off of it to go higher again. And it's possible that Tesla will have its Texas Giga factory up and running by May, But electric cars might not be the only thing the company produces in Austin. According to the business Journal. Tesla has filed environmental documents related to a cell manufacturing unit. Your kale, BJ, Radar, Weather Watch Low 75 Get Austin News on demand it news radio k LBJ dot com You're hearing coast to coast Am with George Noory live from somewhere deep below. The Earth on premiere networks and Welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you Indeed, In a moment we're going live.

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Tampa extends outdoor dining program through end of October

Rush Limbaugh

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Tampa extends outdoor dining program through end of October

"Is extending its outdoor dining program through the end of this month. It allows bars, restaurants and retailers to expand outdoors by suspending certain code and permit requirements. Tampa Bay Business Journal says the program could become a regular thing with

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The coronavirus has sparked a boom in digital health

Clark Howard Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

The coronavirus has sparked a boom in digital health

"I wanNA talk about something that in the midst. Of the misery and the death count's with corona virus in every bad situation. There's always good that emerges at the same time. In an example of that is how the? Health Insurance, industry, and the medical industries have both been. Extremely, hostile through the years to using modern technology such as electric visits telehealth, whatever you WANNA, call it virtual visits. And Corona virus changed all that a raw economics that were affecting the medical industry forced in industry that is always reluctant to change I mean think about. I got a question for you where else in your life name anywhere else in your life ever. That you walk in and you fill out pieces of paper. Seriously like it's nineteen, sixty five. We've got all these electronics today and you fill out paper. At hospitals and doctors offices, you must be kidding me that's how antiquated and backwards medicine is practiced. Okay. Enough about them. But Anyway Corona. Virus. Devastated the revenue models. Of the medical. Industry. People's visits to doctors collapsed. Huge number of people. To great detriment of their own health and potentially life we're not going for things even like their heart care. Or cancer care or chronic illnesses like diabetes not going for their visits they were worried they're going to walk into a doctor's office and they were gonNA come out. With Corona virus and not survive. So medicine finally was like, Hey, maybe that electronic stuff that would work maybe we could try that. Give you an example Humana. According to the Kinsey Business Journal. Nationally has already had a million telehealth visits. Averaging, thirty three thousand visits a day. Just Corona virus. Bay were having virtually zero. Gone from virtually the road a thirty three thousand day. Because doctors wanted their money. But the crazy thing is. It actually dramatically improves. Patients health apparently. because. Big percent of people. Just don't get around going to the doctor even if they have one. And with Corona virus, people just weren't going at all. So, in terms of WHO has a doctor? Anyway a primary care doctor. Only somewhere around sixty percent or so a people even have one. and. Then of those that do. If they try to schedule an appointment, usually, it's really really hard to get one. We'll telemedicine the appointments tend to be shorter they tend to be more focused. And they can eliminate problems that would happen otherwise. But what's even more important? Is. It does improve health outcomes apparently according to the American Academy of Family Physicians Research Save. Done. But. The bigger thing is by having those virtual visits. It creates a relationship. Between doctor patient that right now, even if somebody has a doctor of record, they don't have. something. Goes undetected. So they can get really sick. Who wouldn't have gotten sick somebody could die who wouldn't have died Or. Could have a chronic condition get much worse. So. This is. One of those times where? Something that disrupted all. Pretty much all our lives. is going to have a long-term positive benefit. And it was all about the money.

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Chicago-based GE Healthcare would invest $50 million in a new factory in West Milwaukee under proposed plan

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago-based GE Healthcare would invest $50 million in a new factory in West Milwaukee under proposed plan

"Healthcare, one of the area's longest running high tech manufacturers, is on the move. The company will invest $50 million in its location in West Milwaukee. That means hundreds of jobs will move from the company's big campus and Walker shot, the Milwaukee Business Journal says. The movie is subject to bargaining with labor groups.

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"business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Rock stars Our guest today. Joining us is a serial entrepreneur, and his name is Jason Sullivan. Jason. This guy talking about Mark, It's great to see you again, Man. It's been a long time. So how do we identify those key people to help us grow? Our business market would all depend on what type of business that you want to be in on what type of vertical that you wish to be in. But first thing that I ask people if they want to find them. People who can help them grow their business. Right is first thing is what we read. Write what your target's Whenever you're looking for your prospects. Why is that? Why you want to know where they were? The reason is because those publications that our industry specific are gonna have thought leaders in their particular space. It could be fast company Forbes things like that. That's correct. Okay, business magazines, whatever whatever industry leading magazine that sits out there, so think about what they read, and then you can also go and find his publications. Start reading them call through them. You're going to see other people that are in their advertising. You're going to see the other thought leaders that are that are ratings. Tory's and publishing and whatnot, Then also, you're going to be different events that are coming up, which leads me to second place. The next part is where they gather. All right. So what do they read and where they gather? Like? What groups? Are there? Part of what event today? Attending things like that? That's correct Associations, clubs, Even you could go to meet up right. There's a great place to meet other people with like minds and things like that. But the association and the experts at the Expos, especially because of things that you need to be mingling and shaking hands and kissing babies, If you want to write a lot of other ways that you can find people to. There's a really cool article are public. Things that are out there like the business journals. Two. Every single city or every single metropolitan area will have their own business journal like we have the Los Angeles Business Journal. They have a special list in there. That's a treasure trove for finding the right people who could help you grow your business or be advisers to you potentially. And it's called the business vocalist. OK, the business journals free for anybody vocalist might cost you 10 bucks. We'll pick up a description, right? Anyone could afford that. Anybody. Conforti? Yeah. Don't go and get a subscription. Los Angeles Business Journal. If you're here locally in whatever city they're in, get a subscription. Get that book a list. It'll show you all the top companies leading starting from number one all the way down to the top 30 or tough 50 or 100, depending on the list and industry specific and get in there and what I did when I wanted to get started, right people in one of the companies that I had years ago I was in the Tampa Bay area, so I went in Tampa Bay Business Journal. I found all the top leading industry CEOs that I wanted to emulate that I wanted to learn from and what I did is I wrote letters. To those individuals starting from the number one. So we started the top. It's always a lot different, starting working away from the bottom up right because somebody's always there trying to stop you on the way up, started the top and work your way down, so people would think. Hey, I should just try to go work my way up. You think of the opposite approach. Starting early onset started the very top. Okay, send your letter to the CEO and the VP of sales or whoever it is out there and copy each of them so each other knows that they were copying. Okay, so that now the target who might be the V P of sales knows that their CEO got the letter and that they could be watching on where that what's taking place with that letter, And if there's a follow up, I like the little getting other people involved in that kind of sparked curiosity, So they want to keep paying attention to what's called the Circle of Leverage. Letter. I can't remember where I learned that a long time ago, so whoever your target is sent a letter to that individual. Right, send it to their to their subordinate might be bucking for the job sent it to their Pierre, who's jockeying with them for attention and send it to their boss Senate all of them and make sure that all of them got copied in it, So everybody knows that they got it. Then they want to react to it. Because if you're if you're trying to pitch something, they don't know who you are. So why do they have a reason to care? Because they're getting a lot of different letters from a lot of different people, and I have gatekeepers and everything else that may be shuffling those letters and stacking them in a stack that may never, ever get red. Unfortunately, so You gotta understand. Keep leverage. You gotta create leverage. We don't have any. So why does everybody care about they care about the relationships So I don't know who you are is a sales person. They care about the relationships within her company. So if you send that letter to them ere subordinate there appear in her CEO almost guarantee you.

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Amazon is expanding its partnership with Kohl's in a big, new way

Our American Stories

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon is expanding its partnership with Kohl's in a big, new way

"To pop up and Cole's locations across the country. Marcus, editor in chief, the Milwaukee Business Journal, says the company has begun partnering with other businesses to get people in the door about that flexibility is about the efficiencies about I go to Cole's, and as long as I'm at Cole's, you know, I may be. I need some bread, or maybe I need some milk milk and and I I can can walk walk back back sort sort of of the the Amazon Amazon store store One One location location in in California California now now has has an an Amazon Amazon groceries. groceries. Door. Door. I'll I'll

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Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks Set To Open Eastern Conference Semifinal Series

WTMJ Conversations

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks Set To Open Eastern Conference Semifinal Series

"Are back after the box refusal to play last week sparked leaguewide strikes. Marks casts editor in chief of the Milwaukee Business Journal, says most business owners he's spoken with Say they support the team in its mission went open. People don't really look at the hiring practices look at everything everything in in in terms terms terms of of of how how how to to to make make make this this this issue issue issue finally finally finally move move move ahead ahead ahead because because because it's it's it's been been been years years years of of of this, this, this, and and and every every every time time time this this this happens, happens, happens, I I I want want want everyone's everyone's everyone's upset, upset, upset, but but but there's there's there's no no no action. action. action. The The The Bucks Bucks Bucks on on on the the the court, court, court, meanwhile, meanwhile, meanwhile, moving moving moving on on on to to to the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference semifinals to face the Miami Heat after several first round exits to begin the two thousands and back to back seasons, the Milwaukee Bucks they're heading into the second round of the playoffs. Next up is the Miami Heat, a young sharpshooting team head coach Mike Poodles or praising his team's commitment on and off the court, and I do think the professionalism Our group focus hard group. The ability to do what they have done The last few days today on team was able to do something collectively and get a big win in the playoffs, which is not easy to close out the last time these two met in the postseason, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade swept Milwaukee out of the first round on their way to an MBA title. Kevin

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Than the other place it's like if you're talking about like the clippers, the Lakers always travels. So that's an advantage same. The Knicks stand with the Dallas cowboys or the New York Yankees Red Sox. That's always an advantage that they have and or guys that feed off the crowd get that energy from those environments that is not there and you have to fake. It right. You have that energy and I think that's probably the hardest part the good part about it and why seen elevated scoring and guys having monster numbers is that there is no travel involved. So you're you're not having a play a game like every time Portland gets on the play have the largest travel longest travis cuddle because they don't have Seattle anymore. Anytime they get on a plane at least two and a half hours and bright moreland Portland. Oklahoma. City Portland's a Houston like that's that's a whole day's worth of travel. So guys don't have that fatigue on their body which allows them to you know bodies to recover quicker faster which you allowed to see guys have bigger numbers, better numbers and teams playing better. Less when I got to ask you this, I feel like if you were still playing you answered by feel like a retired player can really give us the lowdown on this. It was really funny a couple weeks ago in the NBA now. We're GONNA start. Letting the players have some visitors, but the rules were very strict about it and on twitter became like no instagram model rules basically what this is how difficult? We saw it in the NFL I don't know if you saw the seahawks player who That that idiot that. That guy wasn't in the bubble though that wasn't in the right. Go. Well, it's a it's a great story because he put the woman in a seahawks uniform. Phenomenal so I don't WanNa, make it like you know. Obviously, it's a funny topic but I want to be serious about interesting. How difficult is it for these players to just basically go back to their rooms every night by themselves and that's it. Why it's they're they're in jail out like and this is not this is not to compare their experience right there experience in jail that is not there in the space where it's. Just. They're at an all boys school in their locked away in a in a place far far away and I think when they were joking about no instagram models is basically like guys like listen to this. This is like going to be a quarantine. Yes. If you're dating an instagram model like you can bring like you can bring her in and she's got a quarantine for a week and she's got to get. Tested every single day and she's got to do all of these things. So they're basically saying that like you can't just be like you know deeming checks I. Hey do you WanNa be on my list in come here for three days and all of a sudden you're of her and then you know you guys can't stand each other because there's only so much to do she leaves and then you send another message to. Your an ex girlfriend and you're like, Hey, do you WANNA come here for weeks? This is a billion dollar industry that they can't just be having people coming back and forth and so I is it difficult? Yes I think it's one hundred percent difficulty I you know I don't know if you're married but like how much fun would it be to be away from your wife or three months? Now Make It make it you know twenty nine year old kids. Ways that answer could go for different people. Yeah La. For people but ultimately, I think you know there's some team bonding that's going on I think guys are really getting to know you know each other and you know players are that you know you have four months off you got a lot of families on that this..

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"From ESPN and he has his own podcast trip and yes network as well for the nets. Former player Richard. Jefferson. Richard has gone as going. Well, thank you so much for having me man thanks coming on I've always I've been a fan of yours to them. You've done really funny stuff over the years with social media in. Picking on Lebron and channing Frye and stuff like that, and I was doing a little research for this podcast and like you haven't tweeted, I think since May. Like what's going on here so Done with twitter I mean I don't blame you. I started. So this is the funny thing and I know We saw my managers on here. So I'm not a big social media person I'd I only got it once I retired within somehow I got logged out I got logged out of my twitter and so like at somebody got hacked and there has been some confusion. So I just haven't got back on and it's one of those things that like if you're not that into it, it doesn't but I do need to get back on. Twitter, we had a conversation like a couple of days ago. Okay. Today's the day but there's like nine steps that you have to go through to get like really I'm sitting there talking to the twitter person like, Hey, we need you to fill out this form. Then we need you to go and do this and I was like that sounds like a lot of effort for somebody that I don't want. But now now I'm at a spot where it's like, okay Richard like get back on twitter and. It's interesting to hear. You don't want it because you're you're very good at the one liners in thrown daggers out there, which is what we need. We need more on twitter unless the other nonsense you you know you're bright and it's like it's it's doing what you need not what you want sometimes. I am going to get back on their I know she like if you would have seen her I wish you would know that was going to be your first question. She had been cussing me out already. I didn't really plan as being the first question but. When you had told me, you know you still doing the road trip in podcast and I saw an instagram you doing a bunch of. Interviews. Video interviews on. Instagram that just naturally led me to wonder what the what was going on with twitter. So yeah, that was it. I just got logged out because someone tried to hack into my account. And Now I realize it's been months. Someone hacked in probably trying to get access to lebrons DM Lebron. He wouldn't answer. He doesn't answer me anyway that's why heckle. You're GonNa give me attention when I need it. One of the things I saw. On Your instagram when I saw that you know you stop tweeting. was you had this video facetime cauliflower Bron where you guys talked about getting espn to air the last dance early You're responsible for that is that is that the work of you Lebron I'm GonNa say this I think it's one of those things where like people use the momentum of something to launch. Already. Planning on watching I. Think they were I. think that came out of like a Monday. And I think that they had announced that.

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"The League has has allowed some make goods to try to retain some of the value in the local media rights deals, and I think most to reasonably please where that is considering the loss of. preseason games is bad for them. It's not as bad as could be because some teams are beautiful creative on that front. Paying people to watch a preseason football games. One of the Great American Scans of our lifetime I'll just say that. You know as unwatchable sporting event as there is NFL preseason. You say that, but I would love to have a full slate of preseason games on this Saturday and Sunday. Yeah. Thank you. So much will say. That's the other weird thing you know year in August with the NBA i. mean there are plenty of sports right now I. Mean if you're a sports fan, he can't really complain you got. You got lots. Keep you busy these days. That's true. I mean you know it's it's weird because. I normally in a typical August I had a very precise sense of what time of the month it is because of what where we are NFL preseason and now it's just like we've got all the regular sports at no NFL preseason consistently surprising myself looked at it realizes almost timber. So you're right It's not as if anyone is hungering for for sports I, mean I know people that hunger for NFL football in particular and you know there's the sorts of people who do watch the second half of. Of preseason games because they've got to get their their their eighth running back on their fantasy team so you know they're they're they're extraordinary case though so matter but too much into that. Yeah I. Well, I, appreciate you coming on in. Given us some Info here everyone. Thirsty for NFL. News and it's coming soon. You know like you said it's hard to keep track of the days in the dates but the NFL's coming soon. So ben is a good follow on twitter if you're into the NFL news aspect of things and thanks for shedding.

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"You Talk to a lot of light team level executives in clearly they've been spending a summer of hard work for Natalie pay off the traditional sense of the word. In terms of small crowds there I think he's a couple of things going on there one as a matter philosophy. The NFL really firmly pushes the argument. The best place to watch it is is the stadium Moore's place to watch it. Well. Depends on your seats right. If you've got a high end seat and it could be a lot of fun I'd say. Covert or no covid fifty yard line and fifty yard line. The TV experiences so much better than my well. I think I. Think you reflect a rapidly increasingly common perspective and I, think the NFL's aware of that. The NFL does not want to set the precedent that they don't really need to have people there. I think they worry about that I. Think I, think it's something of a principal to them that we played in front of. Crimes. Of and that's important to the long term we suddenly set the precedent and everything's fine, and in fact, everyone's enjoying football as much as ever with nobody in the stadium. You know maybe five years in point back to the the dynamic when everyone realized their season tickets were option. That's they were. Well I think. There's always going to be fans a I I I'm the majority I. Think most people enjoy the experience of going to a game. I. Just you know for me personally the experiences better on TV people. Now again I'm talking Preko bid I mean behave like animals games because they're all drunk they. To pay the PSL's I think is just such a sucker move what they charge for parking at at football. Games is offensive So I don't understand why anyone goes to games but I get that people you know enjoy that bonding experience I guess I don't think Denzel has anything to worry about their They'll be just fine. Yeah, I mean that's that's a theoretical thing. There's no evidence to believe that season ticket demand is GONNA fall off a cliff right away but they think long term strategically they do insist even regular times that they put a lot of effort into the stadium experience in are aware of that gap and you know I'm not sure exactly how many people agree with you but they're aware that more people today than five years ago or ten years ago I. think that is perfectly acceptable. Watch the game from from afar they don't want to set that precedent if at all possible but. On the other hand you see now we're up to twenty one teams have said, no fans start to season's early. The preponderance of the League has decided that it is in fact, more trouble than it's worth or at least their their their political partners at the local level at the side is more trouble than it's worth if the conditions yeah I'm amazed that it's That the disparity is that is that extreme twenty, one team saying no fans and I guess we're still waiting on some others you know I was thinking too. I was wondering if the NFL would push for some fans and all the stadiums just because of I guess the TV presentation I mean I think you know when the NBA started in the bubble I think people are like Oh. This is pretty cool with it. Looked it was a cool look. I think people are over it. Now I think having no matter what sport you're watching you miss the crowd, they are So you know, TV. So important to the NFL..

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Rocket League is Going Free to Play! (And to the Epic Games Store)

The Esports Minute

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Rocket League is Going Free to Play! (And to the Epic Games Store)

"Rocket League is finally going to play. I'm dreams. Is The eastwards minute? Pres anybody sports network. It's about time after songs was acquired by epic Games in May of two nineteen, it seemed like rock league was poised to move to the free to play model. That was so successful fortnight. But while rocky introduced a similar item shop, the game still cost twenty bucks. It's not a lot. Compared to traditional sixty dollar cost bowed most battle rows free to play. It still posed a hurdle. On Tuesday south six announced the game going purely free to play, and would also be adding and support a creator coats for rockabilly content creators, this huge game as well bring renewed interest as people played around. The game will pick up the sticks once again. Both the good also comes a move off steam, which may be good, too, but I'm sure. A lot of gamers are totally stoked about it. This is a long time coming, but free rock league will only be available on the epic game store while steam as a sentimental home for gamers had called Tissue Valve. Product is still a good thing especially if it means, titles are going free to play when they show up on epic for people who paid for the game. Game like me three times. They'll get every deal. See Up to the point of going to play. I was always happy to support the game and I'm glad the player base will shoot up soon. In other rocket League News, the sports scene has gone through a lot of flux. Major organs left, but then liquid joined in with a revamped structure today, energy also announced an interesting new move that as far as I know is a first of its kind in east, sports. Shopping the naming rights to the Rocket League team. Trying to find a brand sponsor, likely an automotive company, one of the best teams of the game, energy recently signed cloud nine star squishy muffins to replace four time champion Turbo. Pulsa and Archie is looking for a multi year deal in the six figures annually. That's according to energy. President Brett Lautenbach in an interview with Sport Business Journal's Adam Stern London boxes. Bray response has been positive as I mentioned. This seems like a unique situation in the past teams came directly from brands like South Korean. Telecom or galaxy, but I don't recall an organization shopping. Just one of the ORG teams for unique naming rights deal. Looked to be proved wrong, however, so my email below the show if you have an example of this,

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Atlanta-Based Delta Air Lines Loses $2.8 Billion, Cuts Flights

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta-Based Delta Air Lines Loses $2.8 Billion, Cuts Flights

"From the drop in traveled. Delta Airlines had a record $5.7 billion loss last quarter. Delta is now cutting half of the number of flights and planned to add back in August. United Airlines is making big cuts of both Reagan national and at Dulles, one of its major hubs in Washington Business Journal says the layoffs could be close to 3200 jobs, most of them at villas. It'll be about half of United's DC area employees. United is the biggest carrier at Dulles flying about 65% of passengers there.

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Following in Seattle's footsteps, Washington State plans to tax high salaries paid by big businesses

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Following in Seattle's footsteps, Washington State plans to tax high salaries paid by big businesses

"Passage of a new tax on large employers has caught the attention of state lawmakers come. Lt's Brian Calvert is here with their plans to take this statewide representatives Nicole Makri and Larry Spring or get their way. The plan called Jumpstart. Seattle may evolve into turbo charge Washington A pair of Democrats co sponsored a bill in the last session that would have allowed local jurisdictions the option to tax larger employers. Makri tells the Puget Sound Business Journal. The state faces a $9 billion revenue shortfall over the next three years. So there's a lot of interest in a bill that would raise money by taxing Cos salaries paid too high earners, she added. That's really attractive. The lawmakers now Just as the Seattle Chamber and downtown associations have been critical of jumpstart. Makri says she expects business lobbies to decry of statewide planned attacks These salaries of high earners quoting her here, it's difficult to imagine that if done thoughtfully, one new tax is going to be the thing that will drive business is away.

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Rita. Watch on trains for you. Watch I on your breaking the lunchroom and shorter content, but people have a little more time to view content, so they can sit down and watch a eight part tiger kings series enough to worry about an eight minute episode. But it it just it hasn't caught on. They haven't had a really. Big Property TV show that has really caught on like that, so people just haven't found the need download quickly, and if you're somebody like Hbo Max, you'd better be paying attention if you're NBC universal and Peacock you better be paying attention some the trends that are going on. Yeah I. I couldn't name one thing that's on there so I mean it's a bad job by me. Not Paying attention to it but I feel when I hear anything about a new streaming service. I just put a mental block. It's like I've it's enough I'm not paying for anything else I. don't care what you come out with. At this point, it's enough I pay for way too much stuff as it is, so I mean people complain about the Cable Bundle, but when you're paying for nine or ten streaming services are gonNA end up paying more. That's the funny part about it. Yeah, it's insane. And what's going on with? I I saw fought, said some layoffs with with producers for their wwe show. WW backstage I like I think. They laid off some soccer people. Is that just a matter of You know the wwe thing is different than airing soccer so I. Don I don't get what happened there. Wants poorly rated shows. I mean. W W backstage wasn't doing too well, so f one. Yeah, they. They think they had to lay off around twenty twenty one producers and backs WWe backstage is gonNA move from being a weekly show to only being produced around those big events in pay per view matches. On the cutback didn't really affect smackdown, but me. WWe In particular just I think. Wrestling with TNT. Property that was added TBS whatever Turner added. There's a glut of professional wrestling going right now. You just don't have that scarcity like used to have one or maybe two nights a week of wrestling, going on and www meticulous seemed like they're having issues with management and narrative so hopefully they can write the ship there. Yeah. It's funny because I. For me like you said there is a glut of rustling, but for me it's like it's so unwatchable without fans in the stands and I hate to because I I've been a ww fan like since I was a kid and. I I have a lot of respect for the the wrestlers and they've they're good. They come on the podcast. I've had I. had a major problem with Vince McMahon, keeping the show going even with an empty arena, but you know it's almost like a double whammy. I mean he's keeping the show going which you know, it kind of makes me cringe that all these people are on top of each other sweating and touching each other, and then on top of that There's no fans in the building which I mean wrestling without fans. Just you know, don't know how you even have it right I've I've an eight year old son and he was kind of interested in watching Wrestlemainia for the first time this year, and I had on like. Listen Buddy. I can't introduce you to Wrestlemainia like this. Seventy thousand screaming fans at the top of their lungs. Like I can't introduce it to you this way. You're a good father, because that that is not the way to introduce someone's Wrestlemainia and I thought Fox. They were doing a good job showing the old stuff, but they've sent him. The network showing old games as sort of died down my imagining that no, this is the reason why espn classic saw the arc that it did. It was a popular I than people realize that okay I'm not GonNa go back and watch old games all of the time right and then I was doing like once every two or three weeks, and it was nice, but But I'm not doing that every night. No I mean you can. If you're really interested, I'm sure you can find something on Youtube, and it's been nice to see some of these bigger incentive laid games on CBS at the beginning and ABC showed some old ladies NBA finals, but eventually you want new sports. That's why right is consumed live. They want new fresh material. Before we wrap up I. WANNA s because I saw a tweet from yours that I sort of disagreed with him, I thought we could battling when I shouldn't say well. Yeah, so you tweet counterpoint. That's cool. Yeah, you tweeted a couple of weeks ago. If hard knocks, does end up happening. Twenty twenty has to be record viewership to the HBO Sports. Teams don't even matter this year. Let me you stand by that them but okay. I feel like. Hard knocks has lost a lot of its luster because of social media. I thought they had a phenomenal rebound. Two seasons ago when it was the the box two years ago, the bucket might have been a bucks. No, no, no, no, the Browns, the Browns I'm sorry. The browns the offensive line coach who don't believe in stretching. The Guy who was talking about his money and all that? Yeah, so the browns two years ago is great. I thought the raiders last year where an enormous bust I thought it was one of the worst seasons ever. And I don't. I. Don't know if America was in America about football and almost every team, but link to La teams where nobody even their cares about football really I. don't I'm surprised. You think there'd be so much interest. What's the? Mice with being with it being almost like the it is the start of football season. I. Of hard knocks breaking news or over every time you know something's GonNa be on twitter days before on the hard knock show so I think twitter's yeah, essentially in previous years particularly last year with the raiders kind of Rooney surprise element of hard knocks specially with who gets cut and whatnot and I think. I think not censor up. You I think last year to May didn't want the cameras around, or you know we didn't. They didn't let him get. Hurt the show. And they just totally danced around the Antonio Brown stuff and soon as Ended up being the biggest story in the NFL to start the season. They just totally missed the boat on that one. But I think you have the I think the situation is interesting for fans outside of La with the two teams moving into what is going to be the most state of the art facility in the NFL and combined with the fact. That football is back. This is football. Showing football is back how players being tested. What sort of social distancing efforts are going on on the sidelines at practices I think there's going to be interested in that amongst a casual viewers. That's a good point that one I'll give you that I could see that. Yeah. I'm trying to think of my head. If I think of hard knocks is the start of the NFL season. I guess I. You know it's so much of its luster over the years, but I guess with this year with with with nothing going on. It will be a big deal. Nothing to do with the chargers, Rams Diaspora fans across the. It's it's nothing to do with that I don't. A. Lot Of avidity right now, those a two-tier mentioned BRAC. Well I. Appreciate you coming on and. Bergen down some of the latest news with Manda. Is Good. got some good information so I. appreciate it. Stay safe and drew the fourth of July weekend and we'll talk to you again down the road. You, too. Thanks for having me anytime, thanks! All right my thanks Austin Carp for coming on everyone out there stay safe and dry, the fourth of July weekend where your mask and we'll see you next week right here on the sports illustrated media podcasts..

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"And if ratings take a hit. That's what's going to be blamed, but I think it's amazing to me that I have not read anyone talk about I. What? I was a big reason for a ratings. Decrease in two thousand sixteen was the election year. The Cable News numbers. Is You know enough to tell you? We're through the roof that year. And the NFL numbers. And I feel like people are going to focus on kneeling I. Feel like it's already happened, but the NFL has to deal with going against an election now. This one I don't think is as. A juicy is trump versus hillary. Because we didn't know exactly what trump may be was back then and Biden is. Not, as controversial as Hillary, Clinton but. Do you think the election will be a factor here in NFL ratings again? I, don't think it's GonNa. Be As big a factor the election. Will be as big a factor this year. wasn't twenty sixteen like you said that initial uptick for those three big Cable News Network. CNN MSNBC, Fox. News were forty fifty sixty seventy. That was the numbers. Increases were just incredible. And now if you talk to anybody at that time, you know the two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen seasons, anybody who lives in the numbers who lives in the ratings. They'll tell you that the whole kneeling thing was completely overblown blown as as far as impact on ratings right getting that was affecting the NFL numbers back then were poor quarterback, play and lopsided scores. People don't people don't like watching blowouts, and all the blowouts seem to happen on either Sunday night football on Monday night, football, which really amplified at a lot when you have the one game and. No one's tuning in to watch it. On certain you know, come the twenty twenty. The quarterback play is good as it's been since you had. Farve and manning in Tom Brady in earlier years going at it i? Mean it's just an incredible crop crop of quarterbacks, and we've seen upticks NFL ratings the last two years, so I don't really see the election leading to some sort of sharp decline in NFL ratings. Not this go round. Even with the kneeling now I, don't. Not Kneeling is going to be right. was treated for years ago. It was one thousand nine hundred four years ago. It was a highly politicized and I don't think it's going to be as significant a wedge issue this time what I meant to say, I meant to say even with the election because I do think. You're hundred with Cable News. Numbers were in two thousand sixteen, and not nearly what they are now, but I just wonder as we get closer to election day, and you've got you know. August September October. There is September and October mainly with the NFL. If you think enough people focus on the college on cable, news where it hurts the NFL a little bit, but it is i Guess Different Net, Twenty Twenty, then then twenty sixteen in terms of the Cable News. Boone Bo I. also think there's something to be said for Cable News, fatigue and we've right. That's always been able to watch the last couple of months in particular yet or really strong numbers for those run virus Task Force Press People eventually even got tired of those so I just think people are GonNa want sports to to take them away from a lot of those political news shows. Switching gears one thing I've seen in the last couple of days I. Don't pay as much attention to this stuff as I probably should, but I've noticed that I saw a couple of stories about YouTube TV increasing their monthly subscription. I think he s PM plus bomber. There is up a dollar or something like that, and that's probably as well. Was that yeah, I saw as well. On ESPN. Is that just you know. We've lost money during Corona advertising, or is there something there in terms of subscriptions are down, or what do you think the impetus is they ask that insurance combination of factors that could have been something that was already factored in like at this time. We're probably GONNA bump up the cost of ESPN. Plus by dollar. Netflix's has done similar things over the years and nobody bats an eye you, these things automatically subscribe and people just keep going and going and going I. Don't think people bounce back and forth between subscription services like some people might think. But. At any, you can't ignore the fact that people may have cuts subscriptions period during this time they'd be. They can't afford it because whatever reasons. Yes that that. Can't be ignored. This has nothing to do with sports so I. Don't mean to put you on the spot, but I saw a tweet right before we started about HBO Max Which? You Know I. Don't know how much you paid. Attention to you know to that and the non-sports angle of it, but that had to be like the worst roll out for a streaming service. I've ever seen because no one knew what it was that differences between all the and I saw that like they're disappointed with. Viewership and they they're realizing that people who subscribe to just regular HBO on whatever TV service they have. They have access to Hbo Max and they don't know it I mean how how? Like just what a disastrous rollout and PR Just bad pr for that whole thing I don't know if you're into that, but I pay attention to all the streaming services that rolling out and there's so many other. It's like trying to teach someone to read Sanskrit these. Way In terms of terrible rollouts put qube right above at. HP. QUBE! Dot? At timing something that was geared toward commuters being able to watch on your phone, no-one commuting. They're not going to watch programming. I mean in hindsight I guess Katzenberg should have pulled back on the launch of that maybe gone to twenty twenty one, but they thought that they can get it done. It hasn't gotten done I'm very curious to see what the future is of that I. Think Hbo and Eighteen they're. They're playing the long game with Hbo Max I. Mean Anybody who has. been on set top box using the HBO. Go not going to be able to even have that anymore. So you'RE GONNA. You're going to have to either get the online on only subscription or on Hbo Max with authentication believe. To be able to see any of that programming, so a lot of those people that were sharing passwords are GonNa have to start all over again. Well that I've always been waiting for every streaming service to crack down on that I mean I, you know I have. You know people use them. My netflix's my wwe network me. long waited for that crackdown to come I I'm just curious because you brought it up with. What the so you said! The baby was aimed towards. 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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"They're going to want to retain that property or PAC. Twelve and a couple of years as well. Twelve is angling to see where they're going to go. So Fox has a lot of bigger properties coming up. It's also already paying for the World Cup so like if this is a zero sum game, who can suffer are potential properties. Underneath there, you. You're talking about like triple crown races like each of those individually are tied up with. NBC So does the Belmont stakes get renew with NBC in a year so or Indycar, coming up or something like pba or Breeders Cup mls comes up in a couple of years, if all these second tier properties that are not going to be figuring out where it where they can go to get increases in dollars for their meteorites. It's interesting because with with the lack of sports over the last four months when there have been certain things NFL draft the. The Jordan last dance. Yeah, and we've even seen IT NASCAR. Think ratings have been very strong. the women's soccer league the end up, USSL strong ratings. Do you think when the four major sports in this country and I guess you can even say five, because it's really I mean college. Football is way more popular in the NHL. Do do the things that people have sort of gravitated towards because there's nothing else going on, you think those things down. Do you think this is an opportunity where people might stick around and see like see that they discovered something new, and like what they see, and they stick around, or is it just when everything comes back? Is it just too much sports for everyone to watch? I think one initial truth is at the the comeback for any of these sports is going to be incredibly popular at the beginning. Mean just. Like you talked about in wfl getting route five hundred and seventy five thousand viewers somewhere in there first time it was ever on broadcast TV a women's Club level a game, so it was a great number for them but now that league is essentially going to disappear behind the CBS all access pay while so there's not going to really be I. Don't think there's GonNa. Be a real pickup and phantom around there, because no one's going to be able to find it unless you're going to browse for star. Trek and you come across the US matches. That happens by side. But? NASCAR yeah started really strong with that race back on their numbers of tapered off a little bit. It's Kinda tough. You have that mix of Wednesday night and Sunday and. TO NASCAR'S CREDIT I mean they've also been impacted pretty heavily by rain, like four or five races have either delayed racist by hours or pushed it back to. Monday, so is this they come back. It hasn't been a string a good luck there, but so I think the jury is still out on that one, but like once you like MLB opening day I can see that as a record for ESPN I can be the first NBA. Games comeback being. You know some sort of regular season. Record because those initial gains back. People are GonNa want to see the novelty of at all. Earlier on during the pandemic you're talking about the last dance numbers in the NFL draft numbers. That was the only game in town. Not now you're seeing many more leagues out there. There's there's more there are more things to watch. The weather's a little nicer. It's summer. People are getting out a little more. Maybe they shouldn't, but they're getting out there a little more. so I think you're gonna see those maybe those huge record setting numbers for some of the other properties like you saw earlier on during the stay at home mortars. I I think you just hit on something for me I. think is a huge factor, and that's and that's the summer I think. Yeah MLB comes back opening day. Yes, I I think you'll see a big rating there, but the theory that MLB could be in for big ratings increase because it'll be the. NBA back at that time, too, but the point I'm trying to make is you've had people indoors for three four months? Now, it's the summer I. Mean I know here? where I am, the polls are open. as much as people miss sports and said for three months Dying for sports. I don't know in the middle of summer after being trapped in your house three four months. If you're gonNA just sit in front of the TV and watch sports, I mean it's. That's I think that could be outside of Corona? That could be the biggest issue that these leagues have in term getting ratings I. Mean. Yeah, you may not be competing with going out to bars, but you might be competing with. Putting your feet in an inflatable pool in your front, right? It's exactly right and who wouldn't want to do that right now after you know like I said, we've been inside for so long. You mentioned something there. I wanted to pick up on and now I completely forgot about it and I am a bad host so. Large, wreck. Trek. It was something about I. Don't know our remember it. But yeah the and the NF. All of these sports that are set to come back. MLB is set to come back. NBA Nhl and the NFL. Has They're vowing? They're starting on time. No matter what. Which one of those four leagues and we can Throw College football as well I guess. Which one of those leagues? If and I think there's landscapers next door to me so a few here Mutt lawnmower. We're just GONNA. Keep plowing through this. I. Apologize to you earners. This is one of the offsets of credit. Where which league if it got shut down, if MLB started and stopped, and they had to cancel the season. If the NBA everyone's in the bubble testing positive, they shut down they in the season. The WHO has the most to lose? WHO has the most lose financially? From that? You know I have to think it's college sports. In General College Football Focus on college football. If there is not a college football season ramifications for that across the entire college for its landscape is potentially devastating. We've seen some schools already start. Cutting squirts. It's generally US schools outside your power five conferences, but now you start removing football from the equation places like Tuscaloosa Norman. Like that's really tough to keep a lot of those programs at schools across the country. Going at all, you could be talking about a potential gutting of title nine. It could get that far. That's the how important it is to have college football happen. Yeah and then. Take Away College from a pro standpoint. What you think their who's got the most to lose? I gotta say Nhl just in terms of visibility and recognition NHL was already having a tough had tough years I'd say staying. As popular as it used to be. And now they're coming up on a meteorite. which I still think they'll see an increase for but. If they want to keep as popular as they are now and keep growing losing a season. I could really hurt them more than anybody else. Yeah, that's it's you know it's funny. I've said this on this podcast I. Think two or three weeks in a row now out. I feel like maybe this twitter thing and again we can't judge things off twitter, but maybe that, but I feel like all of us have focused so much on MLB NBA NFL and I think the craziest story to piggyback on. You said before it's going to be college football because. This is just so different everywhere in the country with with the virus and. How they navigate that it that is to me, I don't think it's gotten the attention. It deserves because that sport cultural is I think by far the hardest to navigate how they put forth the season. Yeah A. YOU'RE GONNA. See Teams meeting up in Dallas for an advocate for showdown. Start the season like I. Don't I don't know how that's going to happen I. Definitely see an increase. In those regional Games maybe that maybe that's all they do this season. Maybe it's just within a AC bull. You're just playing games that you can get on a bus and go to the I. think There's going to be a lot of shift. There's going to be some shifting of the schedule. In everyone's just GonNa be as flexible as possible in fans are going to be disappointed, but some football, I, believe will be better than no football. Right you just reminded me of the tweet I saw this morning from. profootballtalk where they said there's discussions where NFL teams will fly into an out of the city. They're supposed to play in on a road game and the players were not from the responses on twitter. The players were not thrilled with that idea so. That'll be something interesting to see how that plays out. I can't imagine how that could go haywire. I mean. Yeah Wild Accepts Soda. 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"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"business journal" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Is the managing editor for sports. Business Journal Austin Carp Austin has gone not bad. Thanks back. My pleasure a couple of interesting things. Happen this week that. I wanted to discuss that. I find interesting those to this two main things. I really want to get into in a couple of others. Let's start with the golf with the US. Open leaving Fox going back to NBC I think there's a lot of layers to that story there. Because Fox, US Open gets moved from June to September and Fox in September. Has Nfl College Football Mlb. I don't even I don't even know about and. They couldn't find a way to air it, but did this happen because of that or because of money with Fox was paying I think it was ninety three million a year for the tournament now. NBC's paying forty million. So why did this happen? And how did it happen well? I think the impetus is exactly what you referred to it. was that crowded fall schedule that Fox's eyeballing in. You know they're getting really good numbers with big ten football on Saturdays and their whole slate of games throughout Saturday, and of course the NFL, and then it's Kinda snowballed there with NBC Fox was. In they were to get out of the deal, and NBC was happy to take back their big into golf, and like you said on NBC's going to be paying A. Fire on forty million that fee for your so Fox's still going to be on the hook for over fifty million dollars annually through twenty, twenty seven to not air USDA events. It's very interesting. And, because because foxhole long I mean. They took a beating in the first couple of years that they did the US. Open they. They were all in on it. They used Joe. Balk and various innovations, and the the bashing of Fox, covering golf sorta faded away the last few years, so I thought it was interesting that they would just jumped ship. but if they don't have the. PLACES TO AIR IT. What are they supposed to do? Talked about. Fox sports warm, but I sure that was not something that US was particularly interested in. What is essentially? You know the biggest one of one of the top two golf tournaments in the US. But I mean for me to get back. It's big, but like you talked about. Fox was developing. They were they got hammered the first couple of years with the production and how they were trying things, but you know credit to Fox, trying new things and trying to get a younger demo to watch golf because it's no surprise, the Fox that golfing has just an incredibly older demographic, and you want to try to bring you know that eighteen to thirty four male Democrat to watch sports at Casual Sports Fan. Right and is NBC going to run into any issues because I guess they have Notre Dame football. It's Sunday. Night football so I. Don't know probably not I. Don't know if it runs into maybe the pre-game show on that, but I guess they could always put it on NBC. the Gulf on NBC sports effect. I don't know how that works, but. Less complications than Fox, but you think that'd be any complications there with NBC because everyone. All the networks are going to be stacked in the fall. If these sports come back and they're not interrupt the complication, say like a potentially see would be around some of the triple crown races. You'RE GONNA. Have preakness Kentucky Derby in the fall. That might bump into Anna Saturday. You can definitely dance around the Notre Dame issue and I mean NBC for years has not had an issue with the golf leading into Sunday night football, whether it's the players championship or the s some of the other Fedex Cup tournaments on the fall so I I. Don't expect. It's going to be too much of an issue for NBC sports to squeeze all that in. Now when I said there's a lot of layers to this I think for me. The the biggest layer is does this mean. Networks might try to tighten their belt with sports rights because the the sports rights have just gone through the roof. No matter you know, they don't ever seem to really take a hit, but now with the pandemic. All, these networks have lost money on advertising revenue over the last four months. NFL their contract. Their network contracts are up soon. I don't know the status of maybe the I know I'll be there. They're headed for some labor issues but Fox. TURNAGE is re up for big money there, so I don't know how to read it like Turner gave. GAVE MLB a ton of money for a package that nobody watches on Sunday I know they're going to move it probably Tuesday nights as your report. For Business Journal, but Where do we see the sports rights bubble going after COVID? I don't think the bubble's GONNA pop, but I. Think it's GonNa. You know deflate a little bit. I think it's definitely going to be a world of haves and have nots like you said like attornal recently was reopened with mlb for had already done similarly with major league baseball. I think Major League Baseball will see a decent uptick when it re ups. that ESPN portion whoever tanks that portion of the contract similarly for the NFL NFL is not going to see a big down to. It's the biggest dog out there. That could be part of Fox's move was kind of trying to save. Forty million dollars annually, so they can be up at in Fox also has deals coming up in the in the coming years with big ten..

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Georgia's Reopening Has Been 'A Disaster' For Some Retailers Desperate For Revenue

All In with Chris Hayes

03:38 min | 1 year ago

Georgia's Reopening Has Been 'A Disaster' For Some Retailers Desperate For Revenue

"Republican Georgia governor. Brian Campbell is one of the first to declare a state ready to really open for business and less than two weeks later. The results are not good. Ceo of an axe throwing lar- told the local business journal a few days ago that the reopening weekend was a disaster. We had to customers all weekend. And although malls are open they are mostly deserted. People are not rushing back into economic activity. The reason that's obvious it's because of the virus is still. They're still very present threat and there are already signs that in some parts of Georgia things are actually accelerating getting worse. In fact governor kept himself came out yesterday and warned about a growing outbreak in northeast Georgia in an area synonymous with Georgia's large poultry industry quickly. Becoming one of the States. Most affected areas joining me. Now the woman who ran against Brian Cap for Georgia of the governor of Georgia's Stacey Abrams. She also heads up. The southern economic advancement project was helping to alleviate the financial stress that so many are facing amid the pandemic. And let me start on on that question. Stacey it's great to have you tonight in terms of thinking about the sort of economic pain here. I mean when people talk about wanting to reopen. I think that what they're saying is this is terrible. That people unemployed. They don't have money they can make rent. We've seen food insecurity. Go up like how do you think about cushioning that blow or dealing with that problem as we fight the virus? I? It's a legitimate concern. But it has to be prioritized with actually having an economy and having consumers to participate south has the highest poverty rate one of the highest unemployment rates one of the lowest insurance rates and we also see some of the highest death rates and the highest infection rates. We do not have the public health infrastructure to reopen Georgia or any of the southern states. But we're also seeing the most vulnerable populations being forced back into production. Those poultry workers are not workers who are making lots of money. These are folks who have no choice but to go back to work particularly because the president trump's actions left week and those who are being infected not necessarily have access to Medicaid or to any health. If they need to be treated what do you think about the economic effects of this decision by Governor Camp? Right so I mean the idea. Is that you open up and then you can get the economy going but the early signs in your state which is really kind of sort of a pilot here is that people. Don't rush out to go do stuff they were doing before. Just because the governor said you're open for business. Georgia's a cautionary tale to every other state. That's thinking about reopening first of all. We've SEEN OUR RATE SKYROCKET BY FORTY PERCENT. Since the announced reopening the soft relaunched moving into now the near full reopening we seen our rates of infection jump to thirty thousand or death rate is around thirteen hundred. We remain one of the top states for the infection. And we're still very low on the rate of testing. There is no correlation between reopening the state and actually restarting the economy because there are no people who can take advantage of this reopening except for the workers who are being forced to risk their lives. And as you said earlier we're watching concrete issue with food insecurity rising because the south tends to have the lowest public benefits and so people who are already vulnerable already on the edge being shoved over. And there's no real relief coming from the State. There's this this false notion that if we reopen the economy everything will work out and that's just not true.

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MLS to postpone matches through June 8 due to coronavirus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

MLS to postpone matches through June 8 due to coronavirus

"Sports business journal is reporting that Major League Soccer has now moved back their anticipated return date to June eighth from may tenth if that does occur the league is expected to play in a bridge schedule with all matches played behind closed

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The Value of Employee Engagement (part 4) with Nathan Rogge

Podcast | Don Rheem

07:30 min | 1 year ago

The Value of Employee Engagement (part 4) with Nathan Rogge

"I'm delighted to welcome. Nathan Ruggie the President and CEO of the Bank of Southern California where he's worked since two thousand six last year Nathan was recognized as a most admired. Ceo by the San Diego Business Journal and under his leadership. The Bank was honored as one of the city's best places to work. Welcome Nathan and thanks for being here today. Tell us a little bit about the Bank of Southern California and your work culture. They're a little background on. The bank was started under a different name out in a rural portion of San Diego in really tiny little organization. I always like to tell people that that bank got in trouble with the regulators before it was sexy to get in trouble with the regulators before the recession. And we've really spent a lot of time taking that little rural banking transforming it into what we aspire to be which is a regional. Bank focused on small and medium-sized businesses in southern California. You've got a lot of competition. What what distinguishes you from similar banks in the area. That's a great point. In fact southern California fifth sixth largest economy in the world there are literally an infinite amount of financial institutions and or competition out. There we do. I think that by being extremely focused on that small to medium size business client a client. Who really needs a relationship with the bank and is is an important aspect in a we focus on really experienced bankers in the market that we serve. And maybe our little knitter way. We hope to differentiate ourselves as we'd like to move fast incompetently so we spent a lot of time on that. That's that's who we are because there are there are like I said an infinite amount of choices for clients. Well I I love those. Two distinguishing characteristics relational agile that as a small businessman myself. That would be wonderful. Because I don't have that in my regionally so I haven't found yet I know you're very aspirational. And where you WANNA go. Every time I come out and we measure engagement you have more employees. Because you've acquired it seems like additional banks in all of this growth. You're involved with Nathan. Why pause if you will and have this focus on employee engagement and measure it. Let's go back to that comment about growth. You know the tiny little bank that I started with was about thirty. Six million dollars in total assets that means loans and the offsetting deposits. We have if you look backwards. We've doubled the size of the bank about every three years now. Obviously going from thirty six million to seventy two million dollars is a lot easier feet than going from five hundred million to a billion but the concept is still the same witches repeating that process of providing an amazing experience for your clients and doing it with what we believe. Important component isn't a highly engaged employees group. Now when you're growing like that you do have this interesting dynamic. Which is you're looking organically to grow and we do that very well but then we do an acquisition about one everyone to two years and so that means bringing on an entire group of people who didn't necessarily sign up to work for you. Yeah and so. Come in with highly engaged workforce to start out and also be able to explain to those new employees that are coming on board who we are what we aspire to be as very important and so the engagement component of this for those employees is really one of the biggest concerns and. I also think the one of the reasons why we're so successful a lot of people that leaders that feel that they're focused on employee. Engagement are actually very focused on employee satisfaction. And we see. The two is completely different. Employee satisfaction being an attitude employee. Engagement being a behavior. But how do you see as a leader? Is this just about making employees happy or is this something else might perception? And maybe this is a little selfish is going back to those clients that I want to serve. In the hyper competitive environment is the only way to provide an amazing customer. Experience is to do it with empowered and engaged employees. And so to your point. This isn't so much about satisfaction. I mean I hope that everyone is is satisfied but more importantly I'm really concerned about. Do the understand how they fit into the organization. Y. What they do every day is so important to the overall cause of providing a great customer experience to those small medium sized businesses. And you know it's interesting Nathan because the the research bears that out one study correlated employee engagement at point eight five with customer engagement. That is it's almost a one to one relationship. If if you could increase employee engagement by ten percent than would make sense. The customer engagement would go up by eight and a half percent but the customer experience is what develops that emotional connection with a company. We talk about creating emotional velcro between an employee and employer. But you're also in the business of creating emotional velcro between the bank and the customer. I think the challenge in banking or finance and a lot of businesses might have this his. Most people don't wake up in the morning and decide that they want. It changed their bank. In fact I can think of about a million things I'd rather do rather than change. My Bank is on the business owner. So once you're at that spot one year trying to figure out who do I want to have that relationship on go forward and how do I make sure that I'm working with the right company and I think those engaged employees show that they are the right people to be working with? I also think on the other hand that once you come to bank with us there is very little chance that you're going to leave now once again. I can't one hundred percent guarantee that on a transactional I don't know real estate loans but when it comes to the true relationship of where my deposits are maybe where my line of credit is things where I need to be working with the bank on a daily basis. That's where we think we shine and that's by the way where we think. Those engaged employees are so important so when when we measure engagement like we do with you. Year over year there's always a group of employees that fall into the category of either actively disengaged or somewhat disengaged what is the danger of those employees in your mind. Why is it so important to know how many they are and where they are? I think identification does help to the the recognition of understanding that you do have these people in the organization. And and at least in generalities where they're located. My particular concern is when they are a customer facing. Yeah just understanding that that will translate into a poor customer experience. And that's GonNa Affect our bottom line. I think one of the other challenges particularly early on was understanding that some of those most disengaged employees were also some key positions and had been at the bank for a while and I think that was definitely an eye opener and to your point. That's a challenge. You know these aren't people that you just walk in you know it's not a good fit. Have a nice day. Yes you know systemic to the organization so obviously very happy with where our numbers have gone. But I think It's that original identification or acknowledgment. Hey we all have a problem. We think we've got it figured out. There's a lot of work to be done and I think that's paid off. I understanding that it exists and then getting it out in the open talking to the staff on a very regular basis about how important engagement is to us in how we view it and then letting them see how particularly how the surveys are used to their benefit.

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Michael Smith on the Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

12:32 min | 1 year ago

Michael Smith on the Paul Finebaum Show

"You're listening to the Paul Finebaum Show podcast and we're delighted to welcome all of you back. Oh one of the Tru truly great reporters On the on the college sports business seen in Michael Smith joining us now. In one of the most recent issues of the Sports Business Journal talking about The first six years of the College Football Ballpoint Michael Great to have you on we. We're always looking for ways to talk. I'd rather do it other than on the only on the air. But we're delighted to have you here and I wanna I just first of all Just have you do reflect on some of the reporting that you did in this piece as well as your own observations of the first uh for six years of the College Football playoff. Hey Paul thanks for having me So good catch up with you and You know the point of the story was to look at the College Football Playoff Championship game. We're six years into it now. The the deal it is being goes twelve years so we felt like at at this midpoint on the TV contract. It was a good time to kind of take stock of what has worked what has not worked and so we went out and hold a lot of marketing then media experts and got their opinions on on that question and so as you can imagine. Most of the feedback was positive It's better than the system we had before But it still leaves a lot of questions in terms of how do you grow the TV audience. Had He made it. It could schedule more consistent so we don't have two weeks between the semi final and final. How do we keep games off of New Year's Eve questions like that that they continue to come up and no real solution for right now you also took look with ESPN executives About the time of the game. And that's a that's that's a complaint you get all the time this year. The game ended. I think twelve fourteen no the game a couple of years ago when even later an and Michael you and I live on the East eastern time zone we forget there are people in California who are three hours behind us but That's not going to change. There's a no it's not gonNA change you know. Five of the six championship games have gone past midnight. And like you said some going well past midnight and that's where it really comes down to. How competitive the game is and with LSU pulling away at that point the viewer show probably after midnight was not as great raise. It would have been saved for the Alabama Georgia overtime game. No it's a really good point Let me ask you since you are You know all these people pool and I know you just go through spending some time and can't wait to hear more about it with Jim Delany in Nashville. Who Retired how? How does college football allow the Big Ten and the PAC twelve and more importantly the Rosebowl? Aw dictate everything else that goes around it. The that's kind of age old question June and You know there. There's such an allegiance. There's such loyalty to to the ball. Games like especially the Rosebowl like you pointed out often and that really is one of the major factors. You know the rosebowl being locked in at that time. New Year's Day on factors I y you cannot consistently put the semifinals on New Year's Day. And then come back with the championship game a week later And there there's just It's almost hard to explain. But there there's such a sense of The the Rose Bowl has been so. Oh good to college football that you do have loyalists like Jim Laney and others the you know who the SEC. In the sugar bowl for example that They they don't want to relinquish that. And so the only way to make sure the Rose Bowl and sugar bowl maintain that status as they own new year's Day. I wonder again. I have great admiration for Delaney and the fact that I would give him the credit here. I think you can correct a For being able to do this and then what did the SEC do. As you've reported Mike's life came in and said okay. If they're going to do that we wanna own the sugarbowl Slob of the problem with the sugar. The ball slot. Mike is at the game. Doesn't start till nine o'clock right. You know that's you know that's an aspect active Of all the experts that we talked to media marketing is worth. We talked to the one criticism or the one Miss when you talk about a hitter misses that kept coming up was the inconsistency the scheduling and maybe not being able to capitalize as much on in the semifinal games as they would like you know we saw the TV audience really spiked with that first championship game between Satan Oregon Oregon and since then it's Kinda settled in lower number right around twenty five million viewers. That's a fantastic crowd in this definitely It definitely gives. ESPN the ability to own that that evening. But when you think about the Super Bowl being eighty five to ninety million million viewers compared to twenty five million for the College Football Championship. You wonder how. How is the CFPB championship game? Going to grow its viewership and And the inconsistency of this is one of the factors that a lot of people pointed to that that could limited going forward and and I wonder listen. I don't I don't want to minimize twenty five million people That's a big number and when you look at the most watched events of the year after the super bowl off the collar after the Super Bowl and the in the NFL playoffs College football biggest night is huge. But I'm just watching it this week and I realized the Kobe tragedy has has cast a pall but From here on as you know Michael you're in the sports business world the Super Bowl. Aw is as big of an event as there is in the world and college. Football just seem like it's sandwiched in between the NFL. Playoff off games on Saturday and Sunday right. So this schedule if you think about it There were three. NFL Sundays in between the semi finals. The final amazing and so that goes back to the consistency question the scheduling and being able to maximize the opportunity to college. Football has to to own certain days as and when you think about cargo owning January first and neither the finals nor the semifinals are on January. First it seems a little counterintuitive and January. I was a huge day. I mean the the audience for the Michigan Alabama Citrus Bowl was was Gargantuan and so it's not like ESPN is going broke on this. I mean they're still doing pretty well. And maybe maybe the maybe. Maybe they're better off owning the semi final day and New Year's Day. I don't know I'm just a lowly employees at ESPN. But my question to you is what happens next We're sick. We're we're six years in then every year. There's this rampant speculation that something's about to change and it never seems to. You know all these people you spend a lot of time with the college football powerbrokers our brokers Between now and when are they going to alter if assuming they are the college. Football playoff are more people are more schools getting again we. That's a great question and an access is is definitely one of the one of the questions that I post a lot of the people that work in that space and There's there seems to be a consensus that that the commissioners at least are willing to talk about. That's a good thing. That's a step forward but I don't know of anyone who thinks it's going to happen before this. This twelve year contract runs. It runs its course and so it could happen in the next contract. I I definitely think it's something that will be discussing the talk about you know not keep coming back to this loyalty to bowl games. One of the one of the arguments that I hear against the eighteen playoff is about those four teams that lose in the in the quarterfinals awesome. They don't get the bowl experience. Well if you're one of those four teams they lost in the quarterfinals. Would you rather have a shot at being in the playoff. Who would you rather be able to spend a couple of days at a theme park having your bowl experience and so those it almost sounds kind of silly but those are the kind of conversations that are taking place when they're contemplating expansion and let me ask you Michael I mean this year we had the the the the peculiarity of the lending tree bowl in mobile with all due. Respect to lending three which happens to be headquartered around the corner from where we were sitting having a bowl game on Monday night and I realized I was a Corcoran the schedule but that late in the process I mean is that experience really that meaningful. I I've been to the College Football Bowl Association. I've heard what those guys say and they work very hard but still It just seems discombobulated up to me and many others. Yeah you know I. I guess that's just to me the the the the mid to third week in December bowl and and also the ones that you're talking about leading up to the championship game and early January. I just you know. Obviously they're important. TV CONTENT FOR ESPN but also they provide an opportunity to go on. PREGAME halftime the post game to talk about the next game. And so it's all part of the build up in an intersection that way. You know one other thing. I was thinking about fall. We're talking about kind of the future of the CFP in this current contract in years. Eleven and twelve. They're still to championship game sites to be determined. And that's something that will happen in the next couple of years but That's one of the things I'm GONNA be. Watching is what two cities are able to land. There's there's last two championship games in this twelve year cycle. What I'm curious before you go? What what are the next couple of years? Look like for the CIP in terms of In terms of site well Indianapolis is in there somewhere. It it is Is going to go obviously Miami and La to the new stadium in Houston. Okay then those last two years are to be determined. But you could definitely envision like Las Vegas a while you could invade eh envision somebody like Orlando that has bid for championship games in the past. you could go to north to a minneapolis or two met met life in New Jersey New York Those are those are some of the sites that I think this year Vegas is going to get a pretty good workout with what's to the NFL draft and everything else. It's hard to imagine not being in the Niger. That's a lot of a lot of places are going Michael Michael Fascinating If it's a really incredible read and of course anytime Vince Thompson is quoted. My eiser all over it Thank you for coming coming on. Just just one of the most knowledgeable people in the industry and you must follow Michael to keep up with things in the sports business platform. Warm Michael Comeback. Soon thank you very much greg. My friend all. It's great to have you Michael Smith just an outstanding reporter and I can't wait there He spent last Last week with Jim Delany Just after his retirement and that is going to be fascinating to to read

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