Sean Callanan chats with sports digital producer Jessica Ivers in this Sports Geek interview.

On this podcast you'll learn about:

  • How Jess got her start in sports digital with the Manly Sea Eagles
  • Sean & Jess look back at the early days of social media
  • Making the jump across sports rugby league to tennis
  • Adjusting from weekly grind of a season to the two week madness of a tennis major
  • Resourcing of digital at major tennis tournaments and how that may change post COVID
  • How digital teams are adjusting to producing content as remote teams
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