Our own Jeff Garcia will be speaking at the Sports Media 360 conference in Cleveland this weekend.
He will be part of a panel discussing "Co-Existing – Sharing Content And Making The Most Of Sports Info Online." Also joining him on the panel will be Tom Jolly, Sports Editor of the New York Times, Ty Ahmad-Taylor of FanFeedr.com and Brad Zibung, Founder of “The Heckler.”
According to the Sports Media 360 website, the conference will be "bringing together mainstream sports journalists, sports bloggers and sports public relations professionals for a weekend. From panels consisting of the best bloggers and well respected journalists in the sports world, to how-to workshops ranging from getting your blog noticed, building credibility with team's public relations and communications professionals and starting a sports related podcast."
Jeff started as a writer and podcast co-host for Project Spurs and the Spurscast in 2005 and recently took on a new role as Director of Content Development for Project Spurs. He is also a member of the 8th Seed podcast.
There has been word that the panels will be streamed online. If so, we'll be sure to embed the live video of Jeff's panel on Saturday.
Project Spurs would like to thank Glenn Moore of the Dugout Sports Show and lead organizer for Sports Media 360 for giving Jeff the opportunity to speak.