S01E07 – Sean Callanan, Sports Geek

Peter Scobie and Sean Callanan

Episode 7 includes an interview with Sean Callanan from Sports Geek who takes us through;

  • His digital breakfast,
  • Dog fooding,
  • How digital has transformed sports storytelling,
  • The story of Shaq joining Twitter,
  • The current social networks battle for the sports fan,
  • New social network Ello,
  • The impact of mobile and video for sports,
  • TV and social platforms,
  • The ROI of social media marketing for sporting clubs,
  • How Apple Pay and NFC might change the sporting landscape,
  • The advice of following your interest (over your passion)

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3 thoughts on “S01E07 – Sean Callanan, Sports Geek

  1. Chris says:

    Peter, (and Sean) great conversation about digital and some ideas about where we are all heading with digital along with some interesting ideas that don’t necessarily have to apply to sport – but sport is a metaphor for life !

    which one of you guys put the mockers on the game after that interview ?

    best
    Chris

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  2. alminvalyani says:

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