Raw, real, and unscripted. Amplifying conversation among athletes, creators, and disruptors in an unfiltered and unbiased manner hosted by Keith Bulluck and Don Povia.
The OGs Ep. 1.18: Ian Sohn
Hosts Kyle Bunch and Don Povia are joined this week by Ian Sohn, president and Chief Client Officer at Publicis' Hawkeye. Sohn, who went viral about 2 years ago for a LinkedIn post telling employees to stop apologizing for "having lives," talks about, among other things, leadership and the evolution of a modern agency and its changing norms in the current state of the world.
The OGs Ep. 1.17: Megan Hueter
Hosts Kyle Bunch and Don Povia are joined this week by digital sports marketing veteran, former college basketball player and founder of Women Talk Sports, Megan Hueter. Megan talks about her professional journey from agency to cutting edge startup, the importance of representation she's come to recognize and appreciate as a gay female in a male-dominated industry, the potential, relatively untapped market for women's sports, and more.
The OGs Ep. 1.16: Cyd Zeigler
Hosts Kyle Bunch and Don Povia are joined this week by Cyd Zeigler, author, writer, husband, cat dad, advocate and co-founder and editor of Outsports. Cyd talks about pertinent issues that he has focused on during his 21 years with Outsports, the evolution of the site, the politicization of the trans athlete debate, the purpose he has found in helping LGBTQ athletes tell their stories, and more.
The OGs Ep. 1.15: Jon Greenberg
Hosts Kyle Bunch and Don Povia are joined this week by columnist and editor-in-chief of The Athletic Jon Greenberg to talk about the return of sports in Chicago as well as the Athletic model, the void it works to fill in media landscape and how it looks to grow, evolve and diversify moving forward.
The OGs Ep. 1.14: Jaime Hamel
Hosts Kyle Bunch and Don Povia are joined this week by marketing pro and The Sports Hernia alum Jaime Hamel to talk business, irreverent sports humor and Tom Brady's Uggs.
The OGs Ep 1.13: Valli Hilaire
Hosts Kyle Bunch and Don Povia are joined this week by Valli Hilaire who talks about her experience covering NASCAR at The Fast and The Fabulous - how she started in the sport; the hurdles trying to sell creative ideas to media, drivers, sponsors and PR reps alike; how she was received by both fans and media counterparts as a black, female "citizen journalist"; and her candid takes on issues facing the sport; and (hopefully) a jump back into the biz.