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Troy Kirby on ticketing, #sportsbiz and @SportsTao podcast

Troy Kirby on ticketing, #sportsbiz and @SportsTao podcast

Troy Kirby from Tao of Sports Podcast on Sports Geek Podcast with Sean CallananTroy Kirby is a prodigious sports business podcaster and a sports business lifer working on the ticketing side of the business at UC Davis.   Troy has released over 350 podcast interviews since launching the Tao of Sports podcast in 2012 and he was one of the reasons I started podcasting.  Troy stopped by the Sports Geek office on a recent trip to Melbourne for a great discussion around podcasting but also Troy's sports business career in ticket sales.

On this podcast you’ll learn from Troy Kirby about:

  • How Troy paid for his own way into ticket sales and how it paid off
  • How the Octomom got Troy started in podcasting
  • The importance of always learning in sports market
  • Why ticketing relationship is like a marriage
  • What should have the AFL & Collingwood done to fix crowds on Sunday night
  • Why ESPN and FIFA are upset with Vine
  • How will Snappy TV acquisition change sports rights online?

Resources from the episode

Ask Wimbledon if Vine is a problem…

This Vine went viral, wouldn't they prefer views on their digital platforms?

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