Media & Technology: Web & Social
Rec Facilities Survey Fails to Ask What Residents Want
by SCOTT TAYLOR, SCOTT TAYLOR, Staff Writer June 2014
A survey of fields, courts and gymnasiums is the first step toward figuring out what recreation facilities the city needs, Mayor Jonathan LaBonte told city councilors Monday.
How To Deal With Negativity on Social Media
by Chris Yandle May 2014
I hate that I’m addicted to Twitter. There, I said it. It’s already bad enough that there are moments (a lot of moments) that my wife will hide my iPhone so I can’t check Twitter.
TeamSnap: Web and Mobile App to Manage Your Team (Sponsored Video)
by AB Staff April 2014
TeamSnap is a mobile and web service for managing recreational and competitive sports teams and groups. With its online interface, TeamSnap makes it easy to keep track of rosters, schedules, game and practice attendance and availability, team payments, statistics and more.
Mavs' PA Announcer Blasts Refs on Twitter, Gets Benched
by Michael Gaio April 2014
Dallas Mavericks public address announcer Sean Heath has been suspended for two games by the NBA after a series of tweets criticizing the league.
Social Media Revolutionizes Campus Rec Marketing
by Paul Steinbach April 2014
As the literature on the bulletin board went unnoticed, Chris Butler could see the writing on the wall.
Former Sporting Goods Exec Rallies Industry Around Inactivity Epidemic
by Paul Steinbach December 2013
While president of Wilson Sporting Goods at the time tennis was bouncing back from its 1990s participation slump, Jim Baugh began fielding calls from industry peers wondering how the turnaround could be replicated in other sports. That got Baugh thinking about a broader inactivity epidemic taking shape in America.
Technology and Social Media Alter the Future of Heisman Trophy Campaigns
by Michael Gaio December 2013
As gutsy coaching calls go, this one ranked right up there with any in the career of Baylor University's Art Briles. What set this one apart, though, was that it was made away from the football sideline.
Briles' decision to give Baylor's athletic communications staff the green light to pursue an all-out Heisman Trophy campaign for a then under-the-radar quarterback named Robert Griffin III would change the school forever and rewrite a marketing playbook for other schools with Heisman hopefuls.
Introducing the New AthleticBusiness.com
by Michael Gaio December 2013
You might have noticed that things look a little different around here. After using our previous website design for more than three years, we felt AthleticBusiness.com was in need of a facelift.
In Your Words: #ABCSanDiego Recap
by AB Staff December 2013
A recap of the 32nd annual Athletic Business Conference & Expo as told by the people who experienced it.
Prep Coach Groped in Facebook Photo Gets Fired
by Michael Gaio November 2013
A picture of a man touching a woman's chest posted on Facebook has landed them both in trouble at work.