About @seancallanan

Sean understands the sports digital landscape, that’s why he started Sports Geek. Working with clients across the sports digital world he helps teams & leagues drive more revenue from digital and is focussed getting "cheeks on the seats" in stadiums. You can hear him on Sports Geek Podcast or presenting keynotes at sports conferences around the world. Send him a tweet @seancallanan or message him in Sports Geek Nation Slack community.

Understanding the psychology of your digital fans – Andi Perelman – Pittsburgh Penguins

Andi Perelman is fascinated by fans, what they want, why they want it and what they do online. It helps drive the tone, content and engagement for Pittsburgh Penguins online. On this podcast you'll learn about: Andi Perelman's journey into sports and her current role at the Pittsburgh Penguins The Pittsburgh Penguins' three brand [...]

Understanding the psychology of your digital fans – Andi Perelman – Pittsburgh Penguins 2018-10-08T17:10:25+00:00

Baden Stephenson on leading through change – Melbourne Rebels – Sports Geek CEO Series

Baden Stephenson CEO of Melbourne Rebels chats about his sports business career spanning coaching and administration as well as guiding the Melbourne Rebels through a period of uncertainty in 2017 to a bright future ahead embracing grass roots support. On this podcast you'll learn about: Baden Stephenson's foray into sports that led him to [...]

Baden Stephenson on leading through change – Melbourne Rebels – Sports Geek CEO Series 2018-10-01T14:58:34+00:00

Craig Neeb on how technology & digital is deepening ties with NASCAR fans

Craig Neeb chats about his dual role in the International Speedway Corporation and NASCAR and how technology changed the motor racing sports landscape. On this podcast you'll learn about: Craig Neeb on how he got into the world of sports business How technology differs at a race track compared to a football stadium The [...]

Craig Neeb on how technology & digital is deepening ties with NASCAR fans 2018-10-10T13:42:11+00:00

Understanding the ticketing game – Steve DeLay

Steve DeLay from TheUltimateToolkit.com chats with Sean Callanan about his experience in sales & ticketing and how to fill every seat in the stadium. On this podcast you'll learn about: Steve DeLay on playing high school hoops getting his start in sports business. What NBA, NHL & MLB have in common in ticketing. Explanation [...]

Understanding the ticketing game – Steve DeLay 2018-09-21T17:18:06+00:00

Riot Games looking for partners for OPL in 2019. Who will be next to enter esports world?

Riot Games have just opened the application submission process for League of Legends esports partnerships for the Oceania region. Two options are available: Purchasing a slot in the OPL for 2019 Running a State High School tournament Riot Games has seen many from the sports business world invest in esports in the past 2 [...]

Riot Games looking for partners for OPL in 2019. Who will be next to enter esports world? 2018-09-17T16:42:05+00:00

Making sporting travel easy – Matt Scully, Sports Where I Am

Matt Scully discusses his sports startup story with Sports Where I Am that solves the problems sports tourists face when planning trips to and around their favourite sports team and events. On this podcast you'll learn about: How Sports Where I Am started and how it evolved through the years Matt Scully's transition from [...]

Making sporting travel easy – Matt Scully, Sports Where I Am 2018-10-24T18:50:06+00:00

Changing the sports commentary game – Ben Reynolds, Spalk

Ben Reynolds' Spalk platform synchronises live sports streams with alternate commentary from fans, influencers and athletes. Sean caught up with Ben in NYC to discuss his startup story. On this podcast you'll learn about: How Ben Reynolds turned his passion for sports into a business The genesis of Spalk and how it evolved through the [...]

Changing the sports commentary game – Ben Reynolds, Spalk 2018-10-24T18:50:20+00:00

Tinus le Roux on knowing your fans in the stands

Tinus le Roux knows fans via Fancam he knows when they attend and how often they attend. On this podcast Sean & Tinus discuss the differences of computer vision and facial recognition and why it is important to sports business. On this podcast you'll learn about: Tinus le Roux on how Fancam started and [...]

Tinus le Roux on knowing your fans in the stands 2018-08-21T10:46:41+00:00

NBA 2K League season one – Brendan Donohue

Sean catches up with NBA 2K League's Brendan Donohue at the NBA headquarters in New York to discuss season one and the impact of esports on NBA teams, fans and sponsors. On this podcast you'll learn about: Brendan Donohue on his sportsbiz background that led him to NBA What traditional sports can learn from [...]

NBA 2K League season one – Brendan Donohue 2018-09-17T14:19:49+00:00

Global broadcast & digital trends with Nielsen Sports’ Glenn Lovett

Sean catches up with Glenn Lovett at the Nielsen Sports headquarters in the financial district of New York to discuss global trends in digital and broadcasting. On this podcast you'll learn about: Glenn Lovett on his 13-year footy career Getting an MBA and starting his own business Glenn's role at Nielsen Sports How Nielsen [...]

Global broadcast & digital trends with Nielsen Sports’ Glenn Lovett 2018-08-07T14:35:59+00:00

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