The word “sports” has a well-defined meaning both in a Webster’s way, but also to the people who enjoy it. The games, the competition, and the challenge have captured hearts and souls for generations. A die-hard fan can be seen a mile away. But with so many things changing in the world, it makes sense […]
Columbia Sports Professor Joe Favorito recently visited with former MSG Network commentator & Today Show correspondent Jenna Wolfe. He profiled her new venture, and like he says in the Columbia Sports Class, it’s key to be ahead of the curve. Jenna has a strong social media following after her stints on television and her consistent […]
The Dallas Cowboys have officially released quarterback Tony Romo, who will become the lead NFL analyst for CBS, it was announced Tuesday. “We wish Tony and his family nothing but the best,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said in a statement. “As an organization, we did what he asked us to do in terms of his release, and we […]
There is new technology that can track a full-court basketball game in real time, and it has a chance to completely change how we look at the sport. The company is called ShotTracker, and they are a startup comprised of sports fans who are in the tech space. Tech Crunch has an overview of […]
Digital Media is uncharted territory that is beginning to get explored by many sporting leagues. Sports entities are turning to Facebook, Twitter, Google, SnapChat, and countless others to reach fans on a totally different platform that allows them to reach out to fans in personal ways. They get instant feedback on whatever they post. […]
If Orange is the New Black, then Podcasts are the New Blogs. Students today have the unique opportunity to utilize technology to create their own content, and hone their crafts. Blogs could be about anything, and range far from the journalism mentality. People found a way to express themselves…usually by writing. But people have moved […]
It’s nearly impossible to wing job interviews, especially for the best internships and full-time jobs in marketing. Selling what’s on your résumé is no longer that impressive—you now also have to anticipate and address the assumptions your interviewers will be making about your skills (as well as your gaps). These enhanced expectations call for you […]
t’s never too late to make a big/small change within your job or industry. Facebook’s Brand Strategy Lead, Chris Meador has one of the more interesting paths to the tech/media world and it all started in theater school.