Month: July 2015

Toronto Sports: On the Cusp of Greatness

Last summer I walked the Toronto harbour and discovered some of the city’s gems: vast green space, funky live music, lots of food and stunning views of Lake Ontario. I later looked over the cityscape from the CN Tower—a striking 147 floor tourist hotspot and telecommunications tower. The overlook offers […]

You Need Style to Manage Luxury Suites

Fans simulate the experience of live sports with high-definition television, surround sound audio and ever-growing screen sizes but watching games from your couch can’t compete with the energy and action of live sports. The walk through the concourse, the climb to your seats and the lights, music and crowd noise […]

Twitter Changed the Sports Conversation

Media observers—critics, journalists, broadcasters, producers—suggest the rise of social media changed the way we talk about sports. Although it fits the broad “social media matters” narrative, the premise isn’t exactly true. Our sports conversations changed, more precisely, because of Twitter. Fans use platforms like Facebook to share sports news but […]