Sports Geek Podcast Presented by SEAT ConferenceIn episode 12 of the Sports Geek Podcast we chat with Tod Caflisch from Detroit Red Wings on how IT is playing a big role in sports performance analytics and stadium activation.  We catch up with's John Barratt to understand how Trendsmap works and look behind the scenes of #ALvMU Sports Trendsmap built for the A-League All-Stars game against Manchester United. On Harf Time we discuss how Sydney Thunder used traditional and digital media to welcome Mr Cricket as a new Big Bash League signing.

Not long now until SEAT Conference hope to see you in Kansas City.

More specifically, in this podcast you’ll find out about:

  • The growth of sports analytics and what NHL is learning from NBA
  • Finding the right mix of sports analytics content and coaching competitive advantage
  • Learn how NBA coaches are using video optics to analyse games
  • How fast Rajan Rondo breaks to basket after stealing the ball
  • Why we discuss missile tracking…
  • Madison Square Garden has been evicted after $968M renovation
  • How Trendsmap decides where are tweet is from
  • What we learned about Manchester United's Twitter strategy
  • How digital media worked together with traditional media for Sydney Thunder
  • Why Michael Hussey is a top bloke

SEAT Conference - August 4th-8th in Kansas City

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Join us at SEAT Conference in Salt Lake City Utah on July 14-15 2023. Many of our podcast guests are SEAT attendees.

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