January/February 2017 | Sports Destination Management

January/February 2017


Sports Destination Management Magazine

January/February 2017

It's an inverse equation: a disproportionate amount of time is spent planning sports events, and still they blow by us at what seems to be the speed of sound. If we've done our jobs correctly, the event has gone off seamlessly. This issue examines some of those things we invest a lot of time in, which though invisible to athletes, are essential nonetheless. We also examine hot trends in sports, such as obstacle racing and rugby, and of course, the huge draws of winter and ice sports, basketball, BMX and skateboarding. Your learning starts here.

In this issue

Recording and Streaming – and Beyond

BY: Robert Klug

Recording and live streaming of your sports events is an excellent way to increase those events’ appeal as well as the size of their audience. It’s also a great way to monetize your event beyond ticket sales, to create heightened visibility for your program and to market in new ways. And since the technology keeps evolving, here’s how to keep up. more....

Total Access
  Executive Insights
USA Rugby
  Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
Wheels in Motion
  Sports Facilities
Basketball’s Fast Break
  Sports Landscape
Winter Wonderlands
  Sports Outlook
Trends in Obstacle Racing: