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Tune in as we discuss sports business headlines and speak with industry experts about current sports business news and issues. You will learn their thoughts and opinions in these highlights from the Wharton Sports Business Show. All excerpts were originally broadcast on SiriusXM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School.

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Tune in as we discuss sports business headlines and speak with industry experts about current sports business news and issues. You will learn their thoughts and opinions in these highlights from the Wharton Sports Business Show. All excerpts were originally broadcast on SiriusXM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School.

    8/14/18 The Wharton Sports Business Show

    8/14/18 The Wharton Sports Business Show

    Host Michelle Young kicks off the show looking at the NFL protests, their message in the weeks before the next season. What will the regulations look like? Then NASCAR, where it was 10-15 years ago compared to today. The sport was peaking in terms of ratings in the early 2000s but it dipped since then. Plus SeatGeek! It's an app that helps you find the best deals for local events around you. Tune in!

    Guests:
    Lindsay Jones – USA Today Sports
    Adam Stern – Sports Business Journal
    Jack Groetzinger – Co-Founder and CEO of SeatGeek

    • 53 min
    The Wharton Sports Business Show Podcast: NFL Protests, NASCAR, & SeatGeek

    The Wharton Sports Business Show Podcast: NFL Protests, NASCAR, & SeatGeek

    This podcast is a highlights reel from 8/14/18 The Wharton Sports Business Show. It is a shortened version of the program bringing you the hot takes in a 20min format. Enjoy!

    Host Michelle Young kicks off the show looking at the NFL protests, their message in the weeks before the next season. What will the regulations look like? Then NASCAR, where it was 10-15 years ago compared to today. The sport was peaking in terms of ratings in the early 2000s but it dipped since then. Plus SeatGeek! It's an app that helps you find the best deals for local events around you. Tune in!

    Guests:
    Lindsay Jones – USA Today Sports
    Adam Stern – Sports Business Journal
    Jack Groetzinger – Co-Founder and CEO of SeatGeek

    • 20 min
    The Wharton Sports Business Show Podcast: NBC Sports & Premier League

    The Wharton Sports Business Show Podcast: NBC Sports & Premier League

    In this episode of The Wharton Sports Business Show host George Perry talks to the president of programming at NBC Sports. They talk Premier League and much more! Tune in

    Guest Info:
    Jon Miller - President, Programming, NBC Sports & NBCSN. He oversees nearly 9,500 hours of annual programming for both networks, and is also prominently involved in their sales efforts. Previously, Miller served as Executive Vice President, NBC Sports since November 2006.

    Follow him on Twitter @JDM1114
    More on him here: http://nbcsportsgrouppressbox.com/bio/jon-miller/

    • 21 min
    7/31/18 The Wharton Sports Business Show

    7/31/18 The Wharton Sports Business Show

    In this episode of the Wharton Sports Business Show our hosts George Perry and Michelle Young explore the headlines from NBA gambling deals to NFL protests. Then they get into MLB, World Cup, and much more with Austin Karpof the Sports Business Journal. Plus they talk to former VP of Global Media, Sports and Entertainment at Anheuser-Busch! All that and more

    Guests:
    Austin Karp – Assistant Managing Editor at the Sports Business Journal

    Tony Ponturo – EVP of Strategy at Turnkey Intelligence and former VP of Global Media, Sports and Entertainment at Anheuser-Busch

    • 53 min
    The Wharton Sports Business Show Podcast: Anheuser-Busch Entertainment & World Cup

    The Wharton Sports Business Show Podcast: Anheuser-Busch Entertainment & World Cup

    This podcast is a highlights reel from 7/31/18 The Wharton Sports Business Show. It is a shortened version of the program bringing you the hot takes in a 20min format. Enjoy!

    In this episode of the Wharton Sports Business Show our hosts George Perry and Michelle Young explore the headlines from NBA gambling deals to NFL protests. Then they get into MLB, World Cup, and much more with Austin Karpof the Sports Business Journal. Plus they talk to former VP of Global Media, Sports and Entertainment at Anheuser-Busch! All that and more

    Guests:
    Austin Karp – Assistant Managing Editor at the Sports Business Journal

    Tony Ponturo – EVP of Strategy at Turnkey Intelligence and former VP of Global Media, Sports and Entertainment at Anheuser-Busch

    • 21 min

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