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Within college athletics, money is king. In 2012 alone, the 6 major conferences generated $1.9 billion. In today's college athletic landscape what is a student/athlete? Should the student /athlete share in this money? Does the NCAA and its member insitutions have PR implications around this issue? These questions will be discussed and debated on this show titled "College Athletics & Money" with panel guests, PR expert, Ms. Linda Olatunde, Prinicipal and Mangagning Director of Yellow Duck PR & Marketing in Chicago, along with "John Q. Public" expert, Ms. Georgia Williams, corporate account and mother of a teenage son. Please note this is a pre-recorded show and not available for call-in
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Football season is over.
Those four words might hurt enough to make you sad, but we're here to make things completely better. We'll relive the Syracuse game and analyze what happened, and we'll set things up for the bowl season. We'll look at where BC could land, what you can expect from potential bowl matchups. We'll look back at the season that was and relive as many moments as we can, from the reverse option to Sherm Alston to any one of Tyler Murphy's game breaking runs.
Eric Hoffses joins AJ and New Guy to put the final stamp on the Boston College season, set up a potential bowl game, and move forward with talk of offseason training expectations at about 8:15.
From there, we'll switch channels and move to the hardwood. BCI's newest new guy, Dan Doolan, sits down to talk Eagles hoops with the season kicking up under first year head coach Jim Christian. Following the Marist game, Dan will help us reset expectations and how the team's been playing.
We'll take your calls at 646-200-0446, so be sure to call in and talk with us about all things Eagles!
We're under two weeks away from Boston College vs. Penn State in the 2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl. We're also in the middle of a basketball season that's been pleasantly surprising. How could we choose which sport to cover?
Easy. We couldn't. So we're going to do both.
With the shadow and the excitement of the bowl game hanging over BC, we couldn't just turn that away, but at the same time, we can't avoid talking about the encouraging start by the hoopsters. So we're going to talk both on BCI Radio!
Be sure to tune in as we talk attendance, marketing, and excitement surrounding the bowl game. We'll analyze how this bowl game has been different from the rest, how the efforts of the administration are totally different, and what we can expect from both fan bases as we get ready for the bowl game.
We'll then transition to the hardwoods to start gearing up for the BC-USC game on Sunday. Hey, remember the last time these two schools met in any sport? That was exciting.
We'll have our guests on to talk this one through, and be sure to call in and voice your opinion at 646-200-0446!
In this episode, Dave and Rusty tackle the massive overhaul in the world of college athletics with a deep dive into the lawsuits that are driving the change. They dig deep into the O'Bannon ruling and upcoming Kessler lawsuit, and discuss the pros and cons of proposed solutions.
The SEC proved it is the dominant conference in college football once again in what ended up as a less than entertaining BCS National Championship Game. But sometimes, a victory is more than just a victory!! On this week's GCL SportsBiz Brief, we'll analyze a hidden aspect of the 'Bama victory.
Do you ever wonder what the impact of Alabama's "dynasty" in college football will have on-campus? There's no doubt that Alabama's 42-14 thrashing of Notre Dame will definitely help Nick Saban secure another Top 5 recruiting class on signing day in February and will help the ticket office continue its streak of consecutive sellouts in the 100,000 stadium. But what impact will this victory have on the # of applicants, the SAT scores of those applicants, donations to the university, and more? Does a strong football program impact the quality of student who attends a university?
We are joined by Professor Michael Anderson who will discuss the correlation between strong athletic programs at the collegiate level and SAT scores (or academic success).
Anderson, Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economics, has written a fascinating research paper that states that spending on college athletics is justified because a successful college program attracts better students to the institution as well as other beneficial outcomes.
Join us Tuesday at Noon ET/9am PT for this conversation (and more) as we also cover 5 Hot Topics in SportsBiz heading into 2013!
Every year around this time, when its time for the big time college football programs to cash those huge TV deal checks and for the best coaches in the land to jocky for position at the richest schools in the nation, there are also hundreds of big time recruits who feel their lives will be changed forever. They've worked hard to sign with the college of their choice. For many its one of many schools ranging from Oregon to Alabama who feel they are the best at their positions and deserve to perform on the big stage. They've been heavlily courted better than the best looking prom date could only imagine.
Then there are those kids who are playing for schools with smaller budgets and no TV contracts. Schools like Grambling St. and Temple who have the make the tough decision to cut certain sports to keep the school afloat.
There are many who believe that big time athletics, specifically big time football and basketball are simply farm systems for the NBA and NFL. Many of these same people believe that the schools do not live up to their end of the bargain in assuring that these big time athletes actually graduate from the schools who made them millions and in some cases billions of dollars. There are also many who say, these young men are adults making adult decisions. No on is responsible for their academic well being but them.
Is it strictly the athletes job to make it through on their own, or are the schools culpable for insuring the future of these young people? We will debate that on this episode of Life Full Circle Radio.
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Today we are live from 825 8th ave between 49th and West 50th Street, Two Worldwide Plaza is a post-war skyscraper. The 39-floor building in Midtown West was completed by William Zeckendorf Jr. in 1989. Today, it is part of a three-building design that stretches an entire block between 8th and 9th Avenue from 49th to 50th Street.
The building's postmodern exterior is perhaps one of the most remarkable building features. The old-fashioned brick is modernized by a copper roof and glass pyramid at the top. At certain times of the day, the sun hits the sleek rows of windows to the point that the facade shines like metal. Terraces abound in the majority of the 455 apartments, each equipped with granite countertops in modern kitchens, marble baths, and 11-foot ceilings.
The interior garden courtyard reserved for residents is matched with the mid-block public plaza housing a diverse array of greenery as well a fountain with elaborate statues, and a nearby cafe.
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Gluten free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts the Gluten Free Voice Radio show offering GF news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.
Going off to college is an exciting, but daunting experience for anyone. Going off to college when you're living gluten free or have other food allergies can be downright scary. Jules' guest this episode is Beth Winthrop, National Wellness Director for Campus Services of Sodexo. Sodexo Campus Services has over 850 Campus education partnerships in the U.S., and maintains close to 100 million square feet of space, serving 1 million meals a day to more than 5 million college students. For Sodexo, Beth developed the "My Zone" personal pantry, and Sodexo's Simple Servings -- the allergen-safe resident dining option which won Food Management's 2013 Best Wellness Concept.
Beth will explain how Sodexo is serving the needs of celiac, gluten sensitive and food allergy students on campus, and walk through the training their staff and chefs have received to assist students with dietary restrictions. She will also offer tips for choosing the right college or university to meet your health requirements.
For additional information on this topic, see:
FARE resources for College Students
Gluten Free College Student Toolkit
Tonigjht we will examine Sen Bernie Sanders' idea of free college tutition at State Universities for all. We will also talk about inequality and opportunity in America.
The NBA is clearly in the heat of the best part of the NBA playoffs, and we got it all covered for you here! I'll also be talking NBA Lottery and which team will find themselves with the #1 pick, who could make this biggest splash coming up in this years edition of th Draft. I'll also get into any other Rumors flying around the world of Hoops! Jump in, Call in live, and settle into the Hooper's Log for all things Basketball!
We're Interviewing Nico Johnson (Cincinatti Bengals Linebacker #52). Nico Johnson is an American football linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He played college football at Alabama, where he was a member of National Championship teams in 2009, 2011 and 2012.
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The author of landmark sex books, including Different Loving and The Truth About Sex: A Sex Primer For The 21st Century, Gloria is internationally renowned for her pioneering work in removing the stigma from BDSM and fetish sex. She is a much sought-after expert on BDSM and fetish sex, sex science, sexual wellness, sexual techniques, and relationships skills. Her authoritative and original insights into human sexuality have made her one of the most frequently cited sex experts in the world.
Described as a “sexologist’s sexologist” by Dr. Ted McIlvenna and “the Einstein of kinky sex” by Annie Sprinkle, Dr Brame has worked with hundreds of grateful clients in her fifteen years of private therapy. Her interpersonal techniques combined with cutting-edge research on the psycho-biology of sex are focused on finding the best ways to bring healing and comfort to people with sex or relationship problems.
Dr. Brame provided expert testimony in Nitke vs Ashcroft (2005) in opposition to the Communications Decency Act; consulted with the Fulton County (GA) DA to ascertain severity and intent of a sex crime; provided victim care for the State of Kansas in the “Slavemaster” serial killer case; and has given depositions and sexological opinions to other attorneys and law enforcement agencies across the United States.
Brame holds an M.A. in English Literature (Columbia University, 1978) and a PhD. in Human Sexuality (Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, 2000). She was certified as a sexologist by the American College of Sexologists. Brame is a full professor (visiting) at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. She is a member of the American College of Sexologists, AASECT, Kink-Aware Professionals, Quad-S, Professional Sexology, LGBT Counseling, Forensic Psychology,