Analysis of three, top stories in entertainment, media and sports

Nike and Clemson, Disney, Fox, Hulu and the Hollywood Blacklist  Clemson University re-signs with Nike There are three, important things in athletic apparel partnerships with colleges and universities....

Bundling to Change the Future

Even with change, history repeats itself.  Consumers of content can see the tides of change.  They have been experiencing it at home...

Not Yesterday’s Economy

In today’s marketplace, there are some growing trends when it comes to business leadership.  The largest and most successful companies are not one in...

NCAA enters the free market

April 29, 2020 will forever mark the day in the history of entertainment, media, and sports when “The NCAA’s highest governing body unprecedented...

When Privacy Becomes You

What happens when the data collected about you from companies that you utilize knows more about you than you.  Beyond trying to use the...

Agents of Influence, By Contract and Contrast

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Association of Talent Agents (ATA) has been negotiating with each other for weeks, if not months now. ...

Disruption in the Industry, What to Expect?

What is likely to happen over the next several years in the entertainment, media, and sports space?  Over the last year we...

‘Go West, Young Man [And Expand the MLB Postseason]’

Years ago, as Lewis and Clark explored North America, treading across the continent from the Established East to the Wild West, it did so...
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A Summer of Baseball

As many cities, counties, states, and countries come back to life in public, professional sports will be at the center of the return.  America’s...
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Why is Endeavor Going Public?

Endeavor, otherwise known as WME (William Morris Endeavor), Endeavor Content, and the owners of Miss Universe and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC),...