Christy King hosts the FanReach crew of Brian Jones and Kenyon Rasheed in another discussion with Dan Hannigan-Daley, the CEO of Sports Info Solutions, formerly with Draft Kings. In this episode, we get into the details of where sports data comes from, who has access to that data and when they see it, who benefits from that data, and how sports journalism is changing under the influence of gaming and gambling.
Episode 11 of the FanReach Podcast features Chris Plonsky, the Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director and Chief of Staff for the University of Texas. Former UT and NFL player Brian Jones, host Christy King, and Kenyon Rasheed, take full advantage of the hour Chris gave to dive in on subjects ranging from college athlete pay and the Supreme Court NIL decision, college sports as full-day entertainment vehicles, the effects of COVID on the UT university system, women's athletics, campus technology, Title 9, and much more.
Christy King hosts the FanReach crew of Brian Jones and Kenyon Rasheed in a discussion with Dan Hannigan-Daley, the new CEO of Sports Info Solutions, formerly with Draft Kings. We talk about why Dan made a career transition from gaming to player data, and why there is such a huge thirst for more and more data - and the analysis of that data - in the sports entertainment industry.
On this episode of the FanReach podcast, host Christy King, and former NFL players and current sports business experts Brian Jones and Kenyon Rasheed, talk with author Fiona Green about her latest book release of "Winning with Data for the Business of Sports: CRM and Analytics." Fiona is a deep source of information about how (non-performance) data has become paramount to success in the business of sports, and she is the master of describing complicated concepts in a very approachable way.
The FanReach podcast host Christy King, hears from retired NFL players and current technology consultants Brian Jones and Kenyon Rasheed, as they explain how the FanReach platform will help the NFLA bring exciting new opportunities to retired NFL players. The new NFLA mobile application will provide a cutting-edge communication and support platform to serve the 30,000 strong retired NFL player organization. The NFLA has been providing support to former football players since 1967, but this new technology will help the organization take a big leap into the future, putting the power of mobile technology into the hands of this vibrant and talented group of people.
Renier Steyn, Director of Axess America Events, joins host Christy King, along with former NFL players and current technology consultants Brian Jones and Kenyon Rasheed, in a wide-ranging discussion about the sudden, massive increase in interest and use of "touchless" and "cashless" technologies in sports. Join us for a fascinating (and funny!) conversation with "Radio Ren."
Eric Bolten, a 5G industry expert, joins former NFL players and current sports technology consultants Kenyon Rasheed and Brian Jones, as they discuss how data can be used to create "fan bliss" for sports fans.
In an insightful excerpt from Episode 6 of The FanReach Podcast we discuss the generational changes in how fans are consuming sports and how those changes are giving teams new ways to think about interacting and engaging across cohorts. Former NFL players and current sports tech experts, Kenyon Rasheed and Brian Jones talk, with 5G expert Eric Bolten about fantasy sports, gambling, and finding the "easy button" for the rest of us.
Host Christy King invites streaming expert Eric Bolten of Zixi to join former NFL players, and current sports technology experts Brian Jones and Kenyon Rasheed, to discuss how 5G technology is giving sports teams and venues new opportunities to give fans incredible new experiences in gaming, gambling, augmented reality, and many more curated personally relevant fan activities. 5G will also have a major impact on business units via stronger data processes to provide meaningful, targeted opportunities for sponsors.
In an excerpt from episode 5 of The FanReach Podcast, former NFL players, and current sports tech experts Kenyon Rasheed and Brian Jones, explain their perspective on why the most important goal for sports mobile apps is to give teams actionable information on each fan. What they like, don't like, what they want to see, experience, and participate in. As sports entertainment develops fans will expect teams to know what they want and cater to them in a precise way.