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Sports Creatives Podcast: Miami (FL)’s Tim Brogdon

Guest Tim Brogdon (Miami)
28:22 min listen

Tim Brogdon, Assistant AD/Digital Strategy at the University of Miami, joins Jay F. Hicks on the newly co-branded AthleticDirectorU and Sports Creatives Podcast. The two discuss internal creative agencies, being the top advocate for social and digital to senior leadership in order to innovate, and Miami’s process of under going a brand audit. The conversation also covers Miami’s ongoing education with the organization’s SID to ensure the brand’s social and digital strategies are being properly executed.

 

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