Relief after getting through SEAT Welcome Address without my voiceWhat a week in Miami, a big thanks to Christine Stoffel for another great SEAT conference.  Yes it I faced some hurdles including losing my voice 36 hours before co-presenting the Welcome Address keynote but with some quick thinking and some slides we powered through.  I'm already looking forward to SEAT 2015 in San Francisco and interviewing and working with teams who attended in Miami.

On this podcast you’ll learn about:

  • What happens when you have no voice and a keynote to present
  • How you network without speaking using an iPad
  • What the NFL & MLB are doing for the fan in the stands and at home
  • The great fragmentation of sports broadcasting and why leagues and teams need to address it
  • How we are gatekeepers of sports brands
  • Why digital must be everywhere and why we are all champions of digital
  • Why you must be in San Francisco for #SEAT2015

Keynote panel discussion with Michelle McKenna-Doyle CIO of NFL discussing fan engagement in stadium at NFLResources from the episode

Relive the SEAT Conference Welcome Address

Thanks Tod

People did ask how I integrated a live tweet into my keynote presentation, (hint: I didn't, Tod was prepped to tweet, it was staged but it got the laugh).

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