Month: November 2015

NFL and Yahoo! Play Well Together

It’s no secret that the National Football League is protective of its shield. The strength of the league’s brand and image is why the league office strictly enforces on-field uniform attire. It’s why players and coaches are often suspended for poor off-field decision making even before courtroom proceedings are concluded. […]

Press Conferences 101

Professional sports demand a mix of top athletes, overworked coaches, big ego front office executives and a stir-the-pot media presence that connect fans to the action. The triad of athletes, coaches and front office personnel is perfectly logical—play for today’s game, coach for this season and build for long-term success. […]

Quitting a Job in Style

The most impassioned “I quit” stories rarely happen. Four-letter laced resignations and Jerry Maguire-style walk-offs are best saved for the big screen. People do quit jobs though. When you’re ready how can you be sure it’s a good idea? Well, most of the time it just feels right. Analyze your […]

Online Tickets Reinvented

Fans have bought game tickets online for well over a decade. In that time, online ticket buying has transformed from a novel concept into the best way to score live event tickets. It has grown into an essential part of the sports industry, both on primary and secondary markets. Ticket […]