Matthias Metternich, CEO ART OF SPORT & Jay Sharman, CEO of La Vida Baseball

Aug 13, 04:55 PM
Matthias Metternich, Co-Founder/CEO ART OF SPORT & Jay Sharman, CEO of TeamWorks Media and La Vida Baseball join us for conversations on this week's edition of Sports Business Radio.

ART OF SPORT (@ArtofSport) launched in 2018 and uses innovative skincare science and better ingredients to give all athletes body care products that help them feel, perform, and compete at their best. Athlete partners include Kobe Bryant, James Harden and Javier Baez.

La Vida Baseball is a digital media company that tells Latino baseball stories through original video, live shows, written and social content. Launched in 2017, La Vida Baseball has emerged as the fastest growing Latino sports digital media company in the United States.  A partnership between TeamWorks Media – a Chicago based marketing company started in 2000 – and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, La Vida Baseball reaches more than six million English-preferred U.S. Latino fans per month. For more information, visit www.lavidabaseball.com or follow at @LaVidaBaseball.

We also discuss this week's sports business headlines including the NCAA quickly amending their "Rich Paul Rule" for NBA agents and Oakland Raiders WR Antonio Brown's grievance against the NFL over which helmet he can wear this upcoming season.

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