In this episode I catch up with Michael Conley from Cleveland Cavaliers on this Sports Geek Podcast you will learn about:

  • How broadcasting first approached digital
  • How the Cavaliers digital team had evolved to serve multiple parts of the Cavs business
  • What it was like when LeBron James announced he was returning
  • What planning was put in place before the announcement happened
  • How the Cavs partnership with Sanitarium for Australia Day developed
  • Why it's important to understand the needs of the sponsors to deliver campaigns that work
  • How to embrace “out of the box” thinking from minor league level up to the pros.
Michael Conley talks about Cavs partnership with Up & Go

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