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Can Amateur and Semi-Pro Sports Teams Benefit From Social Media?

Can Amateur and Semi-Pro Sports Teams Benefit From Social Media?

Note: This article was written for inclusion in the April newsletter for FundSport.com. FundSport.com is an online grassroots sport community providing sport clubs and athletes from around the world with professional, easy-to-understand advice and articles on all aspects of grassroots sport. We cover a range of topics including sponsorship, fundraising, the Internet and social media, […]

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Ustream iPhone app review

While putting in a few hours the other day to research new technologies I may want to incorporate into social media future projects, my colleague, Mike Olaski, came across a the new Ustream iPhone app.  Of course, we had to test this out, but didn’t have high expectations as most new high-tech apps always have […]

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HNIC (NHL – Inside Hockey) – The Effects of Twitter, Facebook and other Social Networking Websites

While researching the latest news surround Social Media in Sports, I came across this video produced by Hockey Night in Canada (Inside Hockey). In the video, Elliotte Friedman (HNIC Reporter) talks about the impact social media is having on sports and the NHL in particular. Some key points from the video include: Tampa Bay Lightning […]

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Are Your Broadcasts Entertaining?

Are you looking to enhance the quality of your television and radio broadcasts? Are you looking to incorporate new forms of entertainment into your broadcasts? The Florida Panthers play-by-play announcer Randy Moller has recently drawn a significant amount of positive attention with his goal calls. Moller has found a way to creatively integrate pop culture references into his […]

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