Revenue Above Replacement

Revenue Above Replacement

Northwestern's Master of Arts in Sports Administration (MSA) program is pleased to host the Revenue Above Replacement (RAR) podcast. MSA faculty members Adam Grossman and Brice Clinton will interview sports industry leaders weekly on a wide range of topics including business, economics, marketing, branding, media, sponsorship, events, and public policy. The podcast will also be directly integrated into the MSA curriculum with students taking MSA 401-0: Sports Research Methods and Quantitative Analysis creating a production plan that includes an episode’s guest, questions, audience and timing as part of a group assignment for the course.

Northwestern's Master of Arts in Sports Administration (MSA) program is pleased to host the Revenue Above Replacement (RAR) podcast. MSA faculty members Adam Grossman and Brice Clinton will interview sports industry leaders weekly on a wide range of topics including business, economics, marketing, branding, media, sponsorship, events, and public policy. The podcast will also be directly integrated into the MSA curriculum with students taking MSA 401-0: Sports Research Methods and Quantitative Analysis creating a production plan that includes an episode’s guest, questions, audience and timing as part of a group assignment for the course.

Episodes: 15

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Brian Anderson

Duration: 50 min

Tony Schiller

Duration: 39 min

Chuck Baker

Duration: 39 min

Chris Cabott

Duration: 26 min

Mark French

Duration: 49 min

John Kosner

Duration: 50 min

George Pyne

Duration: 51 min

Matt Gottlieb

Duration: 41 min

Ray Warren

Duration: 55 min

Marques Colston

Duration: 33 min

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