Each week, we sift through a ton of content and then debate it ad nauseam at FEVO HQ. And since good content, like the mind, is a terrible thing to waste, we are also sharing it here with you, our fans, in the form of this weekly blog post on e-commerce, media and life on the internet.
An important aspect when it comes to being good at your job is being well informed about your industry. Graciously, the scribes at Sportico have put together a list of great follows in one of our industries — the world of sports business — across various platforms, including email, podcast, YouTube, TikTok, X and more. Whatever your content consumption poison happens to be, this list will have something good for you.
Sports media is perhaps changing more rapidly than ever before. As social networks continue to consume our life, cable is cut and regional sports networks increasingly fall out of favor with local franchises, the landscape for consuming sports is more rip for change than ever. To help you make sense of it all, the deeply knowledgeable folks at FOS have made some bold predictions for the year ahead. Tom Brady makes an appearance.
This new deal is nearly 3x that of the current one, with a significant increase in the amount of money going towards women’s competitions. In fact, after the success of last year’s NCAA tournament, “57% of the value of the deal is tied to women’s college basketball specifically,” a well-earned payday.
And a few more nuggets of assorted internet wisdom …
Inside one of 2024’s most anticipated new sports venues: The Intuit Dome (Boardroom)
OpenAI’s app store for GPTs will launch next week (Tech Crunch)
Everything you need to know heading into 2024 (Profluence Sports)
The sports-betting traders deciding how much you win or lose (WSJ)
Why Hampton & Richmond FC prioritised brand over money (Sports Pundit)