While Youth Baseball Soars, Participation In Little League Is Fading

For Chris Chavous, he grew up with a passion for baseball similar to many across the world. As a former Little League player, and now as the president of Warner Robins American Little League in Warner Robins, Ga., is eagerly tuning in to the 2019 Little League World Series to see youth players who also have that same passion. But while millions of people have been tuning in to watch these 10-to-12-year-old kids, that hasn’t led to higher Little League […]

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Shot Callers: Kristin Bernert, SVP of Business Operations, Madison Square Garden

With two incoming stars in R.J. Barrett of the Knicks and Kaapo Kakko of the Rangers, New York sports fans will have plenty of reasons to find their way to Madison Square Garden this fall and winter. FOS Editor Ian Thomas chats with Kristin Bernert of Madison Square Garden about the exciting coming seasons for New York sports and what it’s like to serve the fan bases of those teams. Edited highlights appear below: On the excitement surrounding the 2019-2020 […]

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Shot Callers: Don White, CEO, Satisfi Labs

(Citrin Cooperman is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) Artificial intelligence has ushered in a new age in college and professional sports. Thanks to technology like chat bots, organizations can be much more efficient with their manpower in serving the needs of fans before, during, and after games. FOS Editor Ian Thomas sits down with Don White of Satisfi Labs to discuss the importance of understanding fan behavior and how artificial intelligence helps teams throughout professional sports do just […]

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Shot Callers: Amy Huchthausen, America East Conference

The America East Conference has seen several great successes in recent years, from UMBC men’s basketball’s upset over Virginia to postseason success in men’s and women’s lacrosse. The league has also made important strides in mental health advocacy as well as diversity and inclusion. FOS Editor Ian Thomas sat down with Amy Huchthausen, Commissioner of the America East Conference, to talk about the league’s success in recent years, capturing the big moments, and the league’s off the field initiatives. Edited […]

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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 […]