Amara and Shahbaz discuss mental health struggles while working in social, challenges working in the field, and more.
Julie Phayer didn’t set out to work in social media. In fact, her degree from Chico State is in event management. Yet, here she is helping run social for The Ringer.
Like many others, Jen Tulicki’s path to working in social media was anything but linear. Just over three years into her time with the Bears, she breaks down how she got here and the importance of taking a step back every once and awhile.
Five years after taking a chance on a job she would have never expected looking for, O’Connor is leading the charge for the Coyotes.
Leigh Ellis found himself at a crossroads in life. Not wanting to work odd jobs anymore, he decided to go back to school. At 31, he found his true passion.
From college athletics to the Browns, Allie Raymond has been able to find her passion for social and execute it at the highest levels.
Rob Perez AKA World Wide Wob talks his emergence onto NBA Twitter, advice for breaking into the content creation space, and lessons he’s learned along the way.
Zach Harper discusses his advice for aspiring NBA bloggers, shooting your professional shot, and more.
Two years into her role at Bleacher Report, Minkow has helped the brand excel on social media, vaulting it into the upper echelon of content producers in the sports media industry.
Jeramie McPeek joins Social on the Sidelines to discuss the evolution of the industry and how his career has changed after 20+ years in it.
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