On today's podcast I've included one of the panel discussion's I moderated at SEAT in Miami. We looked at where the fan was headed and how will sports serve fans in the future. It was great to have several different perspectives on the panel with Leagues (NFL and MLB), teams (New England Patriots), media (ESPN) and technology (Experience, MLBAM, ESPN) all represented on the panel.
On this podcast you’ll learn about:
What the NFL has learned from analysis on wi-fi network usage
How ESPN is changing it's coverage to integrate mobile
Why 120 sports was formed and what MLBAM has learned so far
The advantage teams have over media with deep connections to fans
The importance of engaging fans where they are – home, on the move, in stadium
How important is it for teams to build up the live experience
Why the sports media landscape is fragmenting and what you can do
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.