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What Disney Is Telling Us About The Future Of Sports
Media expert Doug Perlman dissects Walt Disney's deal with baseball's tech arm, BAMTech and the role Facebook, Amazon and other platforms could have distributing sports content as over-the-top and stand-alone content loom large.
Top Sports Economists Debate Raiders Las Vegas Stadium
What are the pros and cons of the proposed stadium in Vegas for the Oakland Raiders? Listen to Mark Rosentraub, professor of sports management at University of Michigan and Roger Noll, professor of economics at Stanford vet the deal.
How Al Guido Runs The Business Operations Of The San Francisco 49ers And Levi's Stadium
For NFL teams to be at the top of their game they must be innovative. As president of the 49ers, Guido has made Levi's Stadium a year-around entertainment venue by hosting sporting events from Super Bowl 50, Wrestlemania 31 and International Soccer giants to concerts such as Taylor Swift and the Grateful Dead. In this SportsMoney podcast, Guido discusses his game plan.
Jonathan Kraft On The Business Of The NFL And The New England Patriots
Since the Kraft family purchased the New England Patriots in 1994, the team has won five Super Bowls and has become one of the most valuable teams in sports. In this SportsMoney podcast, team president Jonathan Kraft gives insight on the purchase of the Patriots, why the leagues revenue will continue to increase and the renovations at Gillette Stadium.
How Former NHL Ranger Tom Laidlaw Became An Agent And Dealmaker
Defenseman Tom Laidlaw played ten seasons in the NHL before founding Post Game Strategies in 2008. In this SportsMoney podcast, Laidlaw discusses his career, the potential sale of the Carolina Hurricanes and his business.