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Listen: Kristi Joins ‘We’ve Never Been Clicked’ to Talk Biz of College Sports

I joined the “Never Been Clicked” podcast yesterday to talk about the 12th Man trademark, paying college athletes, TV money, Big 12 realignment, Texas A&M’s Chalk Talk, selling beer at […]

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Is There a Bubble in College Football?

On Tuesday, I joined Jason Anderson on ESPN Louisville to discuss whether there’s a bubble in college football that’s ready to burst and what the reported new Big Ten television deal with Fox tells us about the current state of both college football and sports on television. Listen here:

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Podcast: Saturday Millionaires, Episode 10

What’s it really like to be a sideline reporter or part of the game day crew a television network? I tell you about my experience shadowing the ACC Network crew! I went behind the scenes at the UVA vs. Louisville game last weekend to find out what it’s like to be sideline reporter. It’s so […]Read More

SEC Network Revenue Projections

Great interview by The Advocate with Justin Connolly, ESPN senior vice president for college networks, on SEC Network. Here are some quick facts from that article and what we know about SEC Network already: SportsBusiness Journal‘s projections have subscriber fees at $1.30 per month/per subscriber in the 11-state SEC footprint, and $0.25 per month/per subscriber outside […]Read More

SEC Network to feature all 14 teams in first four weeks

The SEC today released a preliminary schedule for SEC Network’s first four weeks of games: 2014 SEC College Football Schedule (subject to change): Date Time (ET) Game Thu, Aug. 28 6 p.m. Texas A&M at South Carolina   9:15 p.m. Temple at Vanderbilt Sat, Aug. 30 Noon Tennessee-Martin at Kentucky   4 p.m. Arkansas at […]Read More

DISH Will Carry Longhorn Network and SEC Network

DISH has reached a wide-ranging deal with The Walt Disney Company, which includes Longhorn Network and SEC Network. The channels are headed to your DISH lineup in time for college football season this fall if you have the America’s Top 120+ and higher packages. Longhorn Network, which launched in 2011, will see its distribution numbers double […]Read More

The Future of Sports on Television

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending SportsBusiness Journal’s Sports Media & Technology conference in New York City. There was some really interesting conversation on multiple panels about the future of live sports on television, so I wanted to summarize here in case you missed all my live tweeting from the event. Although not […]Read More