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Golden Knights Preseason Focus Good For Fans, Bottomline

September 15 was a busy Sunday in Las Vegas, with a NASCAR race and a WNBA playoff game in town, not to mention the normal craze of it being an NFL Sunday.  But despite all the possible events for sports fans to take in, the Vegas Golden Knights filled up T-Mobile Arena for the team’s first preseason game of the 2019-2020 NHL season. The 17,767 in attendance also could have stayed at home to watch the game – as all […]

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Shot Callers: Keith Wachtel, Chief Business Officer, NHL

The National Hockey League, like many of America’s professional sports leagues, is adapting to the growing legalization of sports betting in the United States. With teams in Las Vegas and New Jersey, the league is in a unique position to be on the forefront of this phenomenon. In the latest episode of Shot Callers, FOS Editor Ian Thomas chats with the NHL’s Keith Wachtel about the league’s approach to the sports betting space and the new opportunities it presents in […]

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Shot Callers: Scott Warfield, Managing Director of Gaming, NASCAR

With the legalization of sports betting across the United States continually growing, many professional leagues and teams are taking matters into their own hands. Auto racing giant NASCAR is no exception. FOS Editor Ian Thomas spoke with Scott Warfield of NASCAR about the company’s approach to the sports betting space, which has been several years in the making. Edited highlights appear below: On how NASCAR set up their current system and protocols to let fans bet on races (0:58) Warfield: […]

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Shot Callers: Jim Cavale, Founder & CEO, INFLCR

(Citrin Cooperman is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) In recent years, college and professional athletes have become empowered to tell their stories and build their personal brands on social media thanks content sharing tools. One such tool that many organizations with are having success with is INFLCR, which is now close to 100 partners. In the latest episode of Shot Callers, FOS Editor Ian Thomas chat with INFLCR CEO Jim Cavale about storytelling in athletics and how his […]

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LA Clippers Director of Social Media Alessandro Gasparro on Preparing For The New Season

Subscribe: iTunes | SoundCloud Over the better part of the last decade, the NBA has become famous for two things in particular: social content and an entertaining free agency period. The LA Clippers are taking advantage of both with Director of Social Media Alessandro Gasparro. Gasparro is a graduate of the University of Michigan with experience at a number of of the countries top teams and agencies. He recently joined the Los Angeles Clippers in August of 2018 after three years with Endeavor […]

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Social on the Sidelines: Live Podcast with Bryan Graham of Bleacher Report

Subscribe: iTunes | SoundCloud In the span of a few years, Bleacher Report has grown into one of the world’s most prominent sports media brands with a social media following of tens of millions. Bryan Graham, the brand’s director of social content strategy, has been at the forefront of much of that growth throughout the last four years. In a special episode of Social on the Sidelines, Shahbaz Khan chats with Graham about the brand’s rise to social media prominence, his own professional […]

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LA Dodgers Social Media Manager Sue Jo on Sustaining Creativity

Subscribe: iTunes | SoundCloud The keys to a good social media presence for a sports team are providing fans with access, engaging with them, and posting crisp content. One of the better examples of all these things in Major League Baseball currently is the Los Angeles Dodgers. A graduate of Columbia College Chicago, Sue Jo is now the social media manager for the Dodgers. She is in her fourth year of working with the organization following a stint as a content producer with […]

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NFL Social Content Manager Jordan Dolbin on Building Athletes’ Social Presence

Subscribe: iTunes | SoundCloud As personal branding continues to create opportunities for professional athletes, leagues are creating programs to help players improve their social presence with greater resources and education. Jordan Dolbin is leading one such program at the National Football League. A graduate of Baker University and the University of Minnesota, Dolbin is now the manager of social content with the NFL. Dolbin joined the NFL in 2015 after a number of internships within sports and a stint as a teaching assistant […]