Collaboration and Infrastructure within the Sports & Entertainment Industry
Podcast: Collaboration and Infrastructure within the Sports & Entertainment Industry
[00:01 – 12:21] Developing Spaces for the Glory of Sports
- John Loar is the managing director at Music City Baseball, responsible for all the day-to-day business operations at the company.
- Nashville is a good location for a sports and entertainment complex because it has a high demand for tourist attractions and its economy is growing.
- It is possible to have a variety of opportunities to participate in sports, and you want to look at a covered condition facility where you can accommodate that.
[12:20 – 31:44] Collaboration for Adding Value is the Key
- John talks about how his team is considering partnering with a historically black college or university in the area.
- MLB is trying to find ways to keep the fans engaged, especially younger ones, and they believe in creating a fan experience rather than just relying on game length or broadcast timing.
- However, there are still some challenges that new ballpark developments face, such as real estate issues and the potential for relocation. MLB is working to address these challenges.
[31:45 – 33:16] Closing Segment
- The conversation spurred questions from 25-year-old sports fans, so the population is engaged.
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