Sports Business Radio Podcast

Sports Business Radio focuses on the issues and people directly impacting the world of sports business. Guests on the show offering an insider's perspective include pro sports league executives, agents, college athletics administrators, sports apparel company reps, ad agency executives, media executives & athletes. Follow us on: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube

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SBR 12 May 2007
Robert Rowell, the President of the NBA's Golden State Warriors joins us to discuss the team's stunning playoff success and what the organization is doing to capitalize on the exciting run. In headlines we discuss Dale Earnhardt Jr's departure from DEI...
49 min
SBR 28 April 2007
Chris Raih, Managing Director of Zamabezi Ink, the Marketing Agency for Kobe Bryant joins us to discuss the branding efforts for the LA Lakers superstar. Chris Robinson, Yahoo! Sports NFL Reporter joins us to discuss the economics of the NFL Draft, ran...
46 min
SBR 21 April 2007
Tonya Antonucci with the Women's Soccer Initiative joins us to discuss the rebirth of women's pro soccer in the U.S. Dan Masonson, NFL Director of Marketing Communications stops by to help us preview the 2007 NFL Draft. We examine the many different wa...
45 min
SBR 14 April 2007
NBA Commissioner David Stern joins us to discuss the league's growth in China as well as update us on the business situations for several teams around the league including the Sacramento Kings, New Orleans Hornets, Seattle Supersonics and Portland Trai...
45 min
SBR 07 April 2007
Larry Baer, SF Giants General Partner and Executive VP joins us to discuss the business of the MLB team - including Barry Bonds' historic home run chase, the signing of free agent pitcher Barry Zito and AT and T Park playing host to the 2007 MLB All-St...
45 min
SBR 31 March 2007
The Best of SBR with NCAA President Dr. Myles Brand, Sacramento Kings Co-Owner Gavin Maloof and tennis star Maria Sharapova's agent Max Eisenbud from IMG. Enjoy three of the most insightful SBR guest conversations from the past 6 months.
45 min