ICYMI: @joshuamilne Gives Great Advice to Those Looking to Enter Industry

Speaker Series presented by Southern New Hampshire University Sport Management

Joshua Milne on 12/5/12

Joshua Milne has over 10 years of experience working with executives in a variety of professional sports including MLB, NASCAR, NBA, figure skating, the Olympics, professional tennis & indoor lacrosse. Joshua previously worked at Elevate Communications, a public relations agency in Boston, working with clients including Fenway Sports Management, Roush Fenway Racing, Deutsche Bank Championship, Head of the Charles Regatta, the Boston Blazers and Staples Champions Cup. Before working at Elevate Communications, Joshua was the Sports Marketing Public Relations Specialist at John Hancock Financial Services. He managed media activities for corporate-sponsored local, national and international sports & community relations events with MLB, the Olympics, the Boston Marathon & Champions on Ice. Earlier in his career, Joshua spent eight summers working with the public relations team at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway assisting reporters in the media center, press box & the credential office

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Tips For Leaders Under 30

Tips For Leaders Under 30

With our target audience being college students, all under the age of 30, we felt it necessary to share this information although not SBEN related. Thanks to Jon Levitt (EnergyBits & founder of Sport Job Chat, @sportjobchat #sportjc , @jwlevitt), for a great find!

Always remember:

  1. Don’t let your goals limit you
  2. Build a board of advisors
  3. MOVE AROUND IN YOUR CAREER

Tulane Sports Law National Baseball Arbitration Competition

Follow along through Twitter! More Information Found Here

The National Baseball Arbitration Competition, run by the Tulane Sports Law Society, is a simulated salary arbitration competition modeled closely on the procedures used by Major League Baseball (MLB). Like most law school moot court competitions, the National Baseball Arbitration Competition’s main goal is to provide participants with the opportunity to sharpen their oral and written advocacy skills. However, the competition is unique in that it allows law students to sharpen these skills within the specialized context of MLB’s salary arbitration proceedings. The competition is held annually in the early part of the spring academic semester at Tulane University Law School. Additionally, at the conclusion of the arbitration competition the Sports Law Society hosts a panel of experts to discuss legal issues related to baseball.

You can also watch the proceedings on the YouTube channel Tulane Sports Law and check our their Facebook page Tulane Sports Law Society.

2,000 Followers on Livestream!

Ever heard of Livestream.com? It’s the platform we use to stream all of our events! Free for anyone to join and allows you to video any content you would like in real time.

Livestream’s mission is to connect people and live events. Livestream offers event owners a complete set of hardware and software tools to share their events with a growing community online. More than 30 million viewers each month watch thousands of live events from customers including The New York Times, Facebook, ESPN, SpaceX and Warner Bros. Records. Founded in 2007, Livestream is headquartered in New York with offices in Los Angeles, Ukraine and India.www.livestream.com.

The number of followers the SBEN network receives has increased by at least 50+ daily. On the last days of 2012 we received 1,000 followers and now, just weeks later, have reached 2,000! What’s the best part about having so many followers? Each follower gets an email whenever we add a new channel and then when the events on that channel go live!

Follow us at new.livestream.com/sben!

WISE DC Promoting GWU Inaugural Sports Philanthropy Certificate

George Washington University Inaugural Sports Philanthropy Certificate

Registration now open! 

The Certificate in Sports Philanthropy offers a ground-breaking curriculum tailored to the unique needs of those who work for professional sports teams, leagues, athlete foundations, sport-related companies with an emphasis on corporate social responsibility, nonprofits using sports for social good and those looking to enter the field.

Built around your busy schedules, the certificate will include four core on-line courses (covering 12 key learning objectives) and a two day in-person residency at the beginning of the program.  Industry experts have been chosen to lead each lesson which will be tailored to meet the needs of those who work in the field.  The first certificate will be offered May 2013-September 2013.

Mark H. McCormack on SBEN

“Business Age said in 1994: ‘McCormack invented the sports business. It was he who first realized that, within the golden triangle of sport, sponsorship and television, lay vast wealth, just waiting to be tapped.'”

Mark H. McCormack, widely recognized as the founder of the Sports Marketing Industry, led IMG for almost 4 decades before his death in May of 2003. McCormack wrote the number one bestseller, What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School, providing street smart advice to a generation of business leaders. This is a talk he gave at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.

At 4pm ET SBEN will be streaming the archived speech Mark H. McCormack gave at Oxford University in 1993. You can watch at new.livestream.com/sben/classics

Mark H. McCormack Archive Streamed Live Here!

Website Coming Soon!

We’re still in the process of adding content to this website! Please follow along on Twitter (@SBEN_Live) for the official launch date. Follow along on our Livestream network as well (new.livestream.com/SBEN) for all archived, upcoming, and live streams!

Anything you want to see? Let us know! Email sbenproducer@gmail.com for what you believe will be beneficial to our viewers.