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To most certainly I am Robert J most certainly will.
Certainly I am Robby J of the Run boy's fantasy that where I'm the founder and owner of the company.
We are independent sports broadcasting company.
We handle everything from play by plays two of some of your favorite sports thio player interviews, debates, ****ysis, everything that you see on your you know, favorite sports channels like Sky Sports Night, ESPN, all that good stuff.
We do the same thing except independently and look a little bit more age Happy days.
Um, so you'll see Ugo Ugo, the NFL, the American NFL football call it this game, but And you seem to really like what you do I'm gonna ask you is actually even get into sport for custody.
Um, it kind of just happened.
I used to work in corporate America and sales and marketing.
I saw how much I was making a a big company here in America called Comcast.
I'll send my best one day, and I was like, If I'm making them this much money I needed to go do something that I love.
Sports was something that I love.
Podcasting was something that was, you know, kind of kind of building and growing.
I've looked into the business aspect, look into the numbers, and I decided, Hey, this is what I'm gonna pursue for the rest of my life.
And I, uh, left corporate America quit my job, and this is what I do full time.
Now I'm well, I'm one of your big fans.
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Well, don't personally not a basketball fan myself, but I just like how the Wait, you interacted with Ty Ty And how you got the toughest down got group, honey in death on DDE.
Really? What I'm gonna ask you is what do you think contributed to your success as a amateur sports ****yst? I mean, honestly, a lot of a lot of the late greats that that that came before me.
Recipes to Stuart Scott, Chris Berman, who still doing it on the ESPN plus at and so many others.
Even Joe Rogan who? I'm sure a lot of people who Joe Rogan is, um, I'm kind of just being influenced by those guys, but then also wanting to do it myself and have my own style mild spin to it.
I felt that there was something I could have provided to the industry that was seriously lacking in terms of content.
Um, a lot of the stuff that you see on TV, you know, super just just guys in suits and their stuffy.
They're not really saying what they really want to say.
Or they may say something for shock value or say something that's not accurate just for ratings and views.
And I didn't want to be that.
So I wanted to reshape the market and change things up.
Yeah, you definitely see you when you go in alive and you sit in that with beer and, yeah, very different.
But I'm also, you know, very, very knowledgeable throughout ah, whole entire broadcast.
We have rockets are sometimes three hours long.
You know, whenever we were calling the game.
But, you know, I'm very knowledgeable over over any sport that I'm covering.
Um, I take time. I research.
I'm studying film.
I'm studying the ****ytics, the numbers, everything, like that when I covered the the women's World Cup, you know, I had to get down whom Agrippina was her backstory and everything like that.
So it's a lot of work in a lot of man hours that go into, and I have a **** good team That's behind me as well, when we need talking about the research, that plastic so that when you two about the research side of it, what I don't freeze that how would you go about the process of your, um so, usually, first, it starts off with film study, getting to know the players that are participating in the event that I'm covering.
So there's that aspect first injury reports.
So I usually contact a couple of doctors and so on and so forth that are in sports medicine industry.
I'll get there, takes their opinions, cross reference them with the actual injury reports, just so I also get that independent take of the independent side as well.
Um, and then there's also stats.
You know, a lot of writing stuff down.
Um, a lot of numbers.
Never let your anyone any young one.
That's younger. Listen to this.
If you think that you do not need math and you want to become a sports announcer, you won't become a sports broadcaster.
You need math because you are literally about the whole duration of the game.
I'm calculating how many drops of receiver has and how many catches, and I'm doing a lot of it off the top of my head.
And then I'm going back after I get done with the broadcast.
I'm re watching that game, and I'm putting it all down on a pen and paper.
It's a lot of words.
He's quite dangerous.
You say you go back and you reflect what you do because, well, um, how Well, we haven't reflected process? Well, personally.
Well, what was that? How did the process what so many say when you go through the game, you look at the game you got down on.
The stats were the same.
For instance, number passes are playing us.
How do you reflect upon your performance? And how do you reflect a farm? And what could potentially be improved? What could potentially be? I'm always looking for for a room for improvement.
So when I go back, you know, and even I watched my own my own work.
Um, I'm like, like, messed up that player's name there didn't get that pronouncing nation, right, you know? But then I'm also constant remind myself that I am alive environment Whenever I'm doing so, Whatever.
Going back and re watching the players, this is important.
Also understand the game and understand the technique, how they how they use their hips, how they made box out to go get the ball at the highest point of the catch so on and so forth so that you could truly understand and be able to break things down in your next broadcast.
Ah, a lot of things on my broadcast that I do is I used to play a lot of sports, so I know a lot of a position.
So on and so forth I was I was a high school superstar, so I'm able to take American football for instincts.
What I'm seeing on the TV and when I try and put put out so that the viewers a commentator.
Hey, we got three receivers to the right.
So what I may say is we got trips strong side, that's right side, and I'm really breaking down the game for them, and I'm giving them the language, uh, off the sport.
So one give them a better appreciation of it to toe.
Also keep myself sharp off what's happened to the game in the in the game, a fear like from Princeton, Psycho stay roll costs.
And they're almost like just talking about what's going on beyond the game.
Divided into what you said about talking beyond the game and trying to get some more details other than just what's going on and even and even down so to to the athletes backstory that are there on the field.
I feel like that.
That is an important detail that they hate to, You know, if you have a couple of time in between, what is going on? T talk about, AH, players back story where they're from their upbringing.
It also connects to the audience to the players as well.
That's a thing that I enjoy about the interviews that that we've done.
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That was an amazing experience.
I wantto wanna shout Thio SportsCastr They are a huge backing for the sports broadcasting community.
Any independent ****ysts needs to check that out.
And I had won a competition from SportsCastr that sent me to the NFL Players Association Uh, Rocky Premiere, which is a very exclusive NFL, a private event that that's for the new rookies Air coming in to get them adapted teaching about how to manage their financials.
They also get to sign that rookie cards and see that rookie cards.
They do a lot of autographing that weekend.
Um, it's really an awesome time to interview intermingle with the players.
I met a lot of players, you know, families and their wives and moms and their dads and stuff like that.
I have stories for days about that whole weekend, and it was amazing.
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So in areas, I find that really quite amazing.
Amount off work that goes into it.
Well, I suppose cost.
How much have they helped you do in your what? Your goals.
Um, so, uh, they have done everything from from kind of pretty much You could earn monetary value over there.
I'm not gonna go fully into what I have got, uh, you know, But what? They take care of their of their constant creators, Which is also something that that is awesome in this space.
Whereas, you know, you and I, we both been on YouTube.
We know how much of a battle the fat days.
Where is, you know, SportsCastr? They take care of the sports ****yst themselves of them.
Also providing that that opportunity for me also led to me working with other industry ****ysts during that weekend.
So I was able to get contacts Where? Yeah, I've interviewed Adam Rank.
Who's on NFL network? Um, I have got contacts through NBC Sports ESPN, Los Angeles.
Raj Groves was a producer of a morning show in Los Angeles. Here in America.
He he has been on my show for 17 weeks, straight throughout the whole NFL regular season.
Yeah, I add a et ESPN employees on my show for 17 and he really want to do He's like, I want to Come on, I want to do this.
I'm a guest like, Yeah, bro, Yes, on.
We became great friends like great friends, and he works alongside, you know, lights of P.
He was an NFL in college football, edging like, really, they sit next to each other every day, you know, and that's why I was working with for 17 weeks on our show.
I have no idea how it happened.
I have no idea how he pulled it off.
You know, I have no idea how we pulled this off.
I'm a big believer in Six Degrees of Separation, and that's something that SportsCastr has been able to help me.
Leverage is, I've gotten to know a lot of people inside the industry that I would have not gotten to know before.
Thank you very, very big networking opportunities because of sports guys are some of the some of the young podcasters that I've met the new SportsCastr we have created.
A junior writer's program for the Rumble is Fantasy network We're looking to one day in the future a couple of years from down line.
Of course, we're still in your company.
We want to turn that into it internship program to be able to help these junkets for soon, you know, degrees and actually be able to take their writing skills to the next level.
So we've already started bringing them on as independent.
Ryder's teaching them how to write how to publish articles.
So on and so forth.
Pop stuff, Um, you mentioned about, But, you know, it's question like communes That actually is what is the lifestyle of a sport ****yst? Hunting creator can give you insight from that.
It is a kind of kind of misconceptions.
About better, huh? People like yourself just Yes, they are.
There are very, very many miss deceptions on.
I actually look at this as a whole scope as an entrepreneur, and I'm sure that you'd be able to relate to this.
Um, it is many, many hours of work, you know, you pretty much sleep with and you can, um now, with the with the NFL season kind of coming to an end here in America, I'm getting ready for the NFL draft.
That is a lot of scouting.
A lot of reporting.
Those are about anywhere between 14 to 16 hour long days.
Um, hopefully, no breaking news happens during then.
Well, I also do do drop breaking news pieces.
Um, there's been times where my phone will go off.
My phone says right here, here in my lap, my phone will go off and you know it.
Breaking news drops, you know? Ah, coach gets fired or an NFL players is getting fine for, you know, whatever type of violation I wake up, I got a report.
I got to get the details.
I'm working that that story, Uh, it is a lot of hard work.
It's It's a grind, this chair that I sit and I sit in this chair day today and it is not comfortable.
Even when I did the rookie interviews, those rookie interviews were about 12 14 hour days long.
Um, you wake up when the NFL wakes up and the NFL wakes up early.
Football players are up fairly.
So you're up and about, like, eight in the morning, hurting up.
You gotta be down in the studio at nine.
Um, and you gotta be in the studio and set up at nine.
A player, maybe running late.
So now you may have to be waiting on that.
And then from there on, it's big, huge, bright lights.
Like when I went for that experience, that was I was going there.
Thinking is gonna be fine.
Don't get me wrong, but those days and I have a better appreciation for the guys on TV that are doing it.
Um and it just makes you want to work a little bit hard knowing how hard I have to put into it.
Size for a point lining stuff.
Really? Oh, yeah.
You missed the whole time with your wife with your kids.
You know it, it's it's ruling.
If that's food on the table again, that's a first.
Yes, it does. Yes, it does.
Because of because of me starting this, I was able to provide a great Christmas for my family.
We had a great time, and that was fulfilling.
Also seeing the smile on their faces because it was like, I I did that.
I provided that by building this with my own two hands.
Yeah, it's from many people going tol I meet me personally as well fried.
It's a way of trying to make a side hustle or a second a way of supplementing their income.
We've been trying to get a business opportunity from it, trying to create those business opportunities, leveraging potential markets that could be ground or your influence in order to develop batting.
It's not big by any means.
It is not big, I promise you guys.
But one day it will be because I'm a keep betting on myself.
He's, uh I think that's actually one of the misconceptions.
Like, you see people on that thing, Ali, the famous YouTube thing.
This should be like rich and it's like, No, they're not.
They're just, you know, like like like I'm the same as everyone else.
People, people will message me on sweater all the time, and they're like, you know, how did you do? It didn't have done.
I'm like I'm sitting back and I'm like, What have I done? All I've done is the same thing that that that that that you can do, I have the same 24 hours.
It's just what I choose to wake up and do with, um is I choose to go to work.
Yeah, You know, everyone.
Everyone is different.
You know, it's just a matter of how much and you also gotta be willing to learn, too.
The biggest thing that in the biggest piece of advice I could give anyone that's looking at podcasting or, you know, sports broadcasting Osbourne ownership of any form.
Take the time to learn if you can.
If you can listen, Thio other people.
I have really great mentors, and I've taken the time that when I bring on people that are bigger than myself, one of my show listen to them and to learn from them and to try and relate to them and see where what I can pick, pick and choose from them.
And I feel like if people do that, then they'll see themselves grow a lot more.
Yeah, that's white lightning trying to learn from the others from trying to get mental.
Sze is that we'll use trying Yeah.
Oh, I'm constantly, always, always looking for new mid sores.
That's the only way that I'm gonna grow in this space.
I think that that's why I've been able to do what I have done in a year in three months now.
Yeah, Yeah, that year old son.
Have you ever watched you? It is so cringe worthy.
I do it pretty frequently of and I do do that to remind myself where I came from.
And I look at even the stuff currently I'm like, Okay, so now where do I need to go up? Where? Where my trying to go? My goal is to eventually land somewhere off of YouTube.
You know, my goal is to eventually have my own kind of late night sports talk show on, you know, a big program or something like that.
You know, on a big network.
Or either take what I have.
And eventually I have enough to by a network and buy a studio, you know, And that's one of things I really want to do with doing.
What I'm building is that if I could build an opportunity for myself, I can build it for people.
And if I can, if I could build opportunities for people, that's what makes the world go around not anyone you know.
Not everyone wants to go and punch the clock and do the same thing over and over and over day.
Some people want to do what they really love, and I want to be able to provide that because I've been able to find that myself.
It's pretty probably.
I appreciate the support.
So in terms of diversifying income, how how easy was that? Through creates, especially in sports and MySpace.
It's as easy as as What? You what you make it.
What? What a lot of people kind of may step is, how they market their content and where they market their concept.
Um, so for me, when I when I started this up book fantasy football was originally my first passion, that's what I originally wanted.
Do I want to create a fantasy football channel to help people, you know, go out there, get championships and lend their money? But I knew that I couldn't do that, and I couldn't do that year long every day, 3 65 So I discovered a I needed cover all sports, so I couldn't pigeonhole myself in the world market so that was 1001st thing that I had to come to grips with, you know, was I had to take myself out of my comfort zone and I had Thio learn everything and cover everything and expand my markets beyond what I had truly wanted.
I had to be unselfish, and I had to do with the market dictating so that that that that's the first thing is follow the market and understand the market.
Um, so that was kind of step one.
And in terms of promoting and marketing, I had already been following, you know, at least 34 other podcasts that I have witnessed I was I was studying their business model.
That's why I'm saying no fine models feel free to steal shamelessly.
Believe me, they're gonna do it to you.
You know, um and I look at their business models was like, OK, these guys have been around for 45 years and it took them by Year four is where they were really bringing in.
Bring in the big bucks where you know they were at least touching a close of 1% of what the industry income is.
Fantasy football alone is an industry that's violated about $77 million.
Whereas podcasting, as you and I both know was somewhere around about $59 million in 2019 of course, weren't 20.
Now, that number is only gonna go up if you acquire 1% of that of the two markets combined.
You're looking at somewhere around about what six figures was upset of 707,000.
Um, so I looked at that. I looked at the numbers.
I need to cut my timeline in half.
I can't take four years to just go and try and touch 1% of the two markets.
I had to promote myself on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook.
Uh, and I also have to realize I couldn't do it myself.
So I went and I've had it seemed, you know, of course.
You know, tie. He's no longer with the company.
He had moved back to his home in Chicago, but I had to bring on tight, had its each tie.
You know what give ty responsibilities? Because when I started this, I had so much on my plate.
Um, we had a producer at the time, so it was amazing.
Um And he was helping, you know, kind of like the Instagram and the editing and stuff, you know, Now we have our rumbles graphics person that's handling all of our graphic design and stuff like that.
So I had had to realize that I couldn't do it all myself.
I had to build a team and I had to be on every single social media say talk is exploding right now.
People are refusing to get on Tick Top because they're They're like my fourth year old daughters on Tic Tac.
Why am I going to get on to talk? Um, listen here, carrying the reason why your four year old daughters on Tic Tac is because she's sitting there getting 883 likes of her just sitting back dancing, doing the Carlton all day.
Yeah, you know, she's just sitting there, flailing her arms in an interview room like just being crazy, you know, and getting a lot of likes and with social media with those APS.
If you're getting likes and they put ads on your stuff, they're going to pay you.
So I realized that I had to expand everywhere, you know, and that's what That's my biggest things that creators and entrepreneurs could do those things it's gonna be It's gonna be flawless for them.
Their business will grow tenfold.
You know, so many times, like I mentioned, you know, I'll get those diems on Twitter.
You know? How did you do it? What can I do? And I'll give him the advice.
The same things that we're talking about now and they won't do it, Adam.
They go out there and they don't apply.
I see them still utilizing the same marketing techniques.
They'll put out its sweet and they'll say, You know, my my wig is in my bio Go check it out.
But in that suite, they don't put the link the same week, and it, like double down, double down, make the market see you.
You know, it's it's just little things, but little little little things that should do the markets.
You're so But like you say Jeannie Interactive, it's the basics seemed to miss out basic.
I've seen that look in the sports science area like it's really understood made because people don't want go in that kind of thing.
Well, they subscribe.
Whatever set from the era But like you said, it's like people they don't go in school science because they baby this thing, do the right things. They don't get the basics.
They don't say who they are, what they were searching for.
What is your niche? Is it sports psychology part sports psychology? Can we narrow it down a bit further? Explain your things, put him in, try and self mark yourself.
Don't get that concept.
This and I did looking at social media and saying, Let's be vain.
That's with someone to have a rent about what I feel that's really missed.
I, um I'm sorry.
I just want to share something beautiful, uh, with the audience guys, the way that this whole interview here happened, where I'm featuring with immersive sports science is because of Adam's marking on Instagram.
I saw a promo for your news Siri's that you're doing And then I was like I want in I want in.
I was inspired by I was like, It's 2020 let's go! And then now here we are, markets yourselves.
People put Hashtags.
You also had all the right hashtags and everything.
Look at meta data started studies search engine optimization.
I feel that's where little media month, the company and other similar things for their tools really kind of help without trying to understand the ****ytics a lot better.
There's loads of free ones out there.
I'll probably give a link down a description below.
What's the one thing I really got excited about? You? I'm excited.
What, you're confident, even though everyone I'm not really a basketball fan was because I saw the marketing guy said about the Irish one voice.
Okay, run from fire ships? Oh, yeah, I get that kind of grew on me and that kind of thing and seeing the, um, the thing with the Abbotts come through for songs about rough.
Yeah, I know what you got the branding, and that kind of threw me and emotional level, and that's what I really want to do.
I wanted to create something bad, no matter what, whether you were a sports fan or not.
And no matter what sport I am covering, I want to.
I want to build a community of people where they could come.
They could have escaped, you know, crack open a cold one. Relax.
Let's watch some sports me that we all those sports sports unites people and let's just let's just enjoy.
And that's kind of where it where it all came from.
That the company was was thought of while me and my friends were sitting back watching a basketball game, literally drinking a bottle of Rome and me and I, we were having a debate and our friends, they were like, You guys need to show you guys need a show and I'm thinking of myself.
I got a job for one K benefits.
I got some money really quick that I could throw behind a couple of Mike's a couple laptops.
I, Lily, grab all the bare minimums.
I encourage everyone to go back and look at my very one of our very first post on our instagram.
The very first mike that we used and our very first set up was nothing compared to now.
We have green screen and all of this cool stuff where we could throw graphics up.
You know, if I want, I can even put film back here over gay like like it's a lot of crazies that were able to do now before we were super grassroots that.
No, I'll start something.
Yeah, that's but interesting.
What's one of my video promoting? A year ago looking at the last tram.
Remember, Like, finish together and I'll stick my time trying to get the coloring right, trying to get the audio right.
And I listened back to it a couple of nights very over my dad.
If it happens, it happens like our first episode.
Like we want to try and be, like super in touch with the audience.
And, you know, we were aiming completely just where Pier 21.
So we had the whole set looking like a Snoop dog music video.
Like they way we learned that.
We need to cancel that really quick.
I just want to give a story really quick about the old days.
We realized that we had to cancel that six episodes into our pod guys.
We had booked a, um, a major league baseball player by the name of William Breed.
I could talk about it now because we don't do it on our show now, but we have book William Reed Junior from the Baltimore Orioles placement liners.
Now, uh, to come on ourselves and he went back, Looked at summer concert.
He's like, I can't come on your show like, but you're not physically gonna be here.
You're gonna be over the camera at your house in Baltimore.
Hey, you like? No.
If the if the MLB sees this, I'm going to get drug tested and he's like, I can't He's like an i ke.
I can't be seen with that.
So that was our very first no, from a professional athlete.
And like we had both, it's super easy to, you know, like when I when I sent and sent out an email.
Ah, professional athlete.
I'm usually pretty good at getting a response, and we completely mess this one up.
We tighten down after that.
We then interviewed NFL player, retired NFL player.
Uh uh wow, Jared Smith.
And then, uh, from there, interview 40 rookies and multiple other NFL ****ysts.
Yeah, that's from a story that really got to try something different.
Oh, don't don't get me wrong.
When we when we chose to change that part of our show, we lost some of those beginning grassroots like subscribers because oh, man, like you changed and I was like, I have to a child of work with the n f l p A.
And it worked out.
When you make your personality four cents, your core audience hasn't changed the stuff.
You're still maybe slightly turned down, but you're still the same presents a coming on.
You're still looking about it on my buster, infusing as I'm still talking about it as if it's like the highly educated sports ****ysts sitting down in his room.
Maybe not with the room.
Occasionally, you know, we still we still break that out.
You know, depending on the event, the Super Bowl is gonna be an amazing, amazing broadcast for us.
We have a huge event.
Um, by the way, you know, I always occurred people to try something different.
You know, if you have an idea, don't be afraid to get out there and try it.
Um, what we're doing for the Super Bowl, and you're probably gonna think this is absolutely nuts.
Um, I am bringing on about close to about 10 to 15 different ****ysts throughout a two and 1/2 hour span.
They're gonna all be coming on discussing you know, their podcast stuff like that.
We'll get a 15 minute slot.
I'm going to be having musical guests.
We're gonna be doing NFL autograph, murder, autographed items like like giveaway like memorabilia.
Begin away. Some rum boys merch.
Just got in with a head home company and I'm going away a pair of E S O s audio headphones.
So we're gonna be doing a lot of stuff.
We're gonna be doing a super kick off already.
We got a really big name that's going viral on YouTube right now.
Sharma a well, performing.
It's never been done before.
I'm pretty much doing a festival via live stream four people, a full concert style type of experience like you see on TV for the world.
It's gonna be that never been done.
Let's say that I see that February 2nd, Be sure to be sure the on Sudan guys sitting already morning in front of me.
Yeah, uh, and then your screen.
Next, we're going to get the devil.
And that's what honestly, what I find so fascinating on the greatest confidence I've ever received from from From the general audience have used us is.
I just had to meet my TV.
I am now listening to you. You are my commentator.
Yeah, and I find that just so awesome because that means that I'm doing better.
Then the guys are that are that are getting paid to be in a boot.
That's like you could come from it in a way. Yeah.
Yeah, like I was I was, uh, don't During during the World Cup, I was getting viewers from over in Europe that were like, You're the person that's calling the game for me, You know, that's just so amazing.
But when your outreach can expand internationally, I mean, I just a little.
I lived in Italy for about for about eight years now out of my life.
So I understand, you know, the culture and everything, and it's just now that we're able t in Iraq, you know? Look at this podcast.
I'm here in Colorado Springs, in America.
You're in the UK, bro.
And something beautiful is happening here.
International brands are merging and our networking anything is possible.
Social media Just gotta market yourself right? You said write my nights from the modern technology.
We were able to connect with one another so much more easily, easier to become more blow.
Um, some Mayaki, modern social media that he shares and more more echo chambers.
But that's probably enough for a completely another day.
Yeah. Yeah, you got that right.
I've seen multiple different different studies in regards to that.
I mean, we even see it.
We even see it today.
No, I'll definitely touch on the topic.
So should be it.
It's its powers can be used for good or for evil.
It is up to you.
How you utilize it and how you utilize it also tells you a little bit about yourself.
So self assess yourself if all you're seeing on social media is toxic, you know, stuff in toxicity that maybe there's something that you got the change about yourself and you know it and reflect back with.
And maybe you gotta delete some people are changed The post that you're that you're looking at, you know, change the music that you're listening to you so on and so forth.
You know, if you're seeing a lot of positive posts and a lot of you know, things that are making you know, get up and go when you wake up, you got Gary V screaming at You want instagram? You're, like, charged up, ready to go, you know, so just always always One appreciate was no self ****yze.
Or so if you're seeing a lot of negative stuff on social media, that's because that's what you're associating yourself with it.
Change your circle, we change your lifestyle and you, you you feel a whole hell of a lot better.
Likewise a sort of debate, actually.
Stay in there, Stay in a social media governor necessary, reflect society INS has to say no talking about certain instances where the top trending Well, I didn't meet what was actually happening news wise story that day.
It it reflects opinion reflects opinion.
You know, you go on your Twitter feed you look at you know, you go to begin it sweet.
As soon as you hit that hash out, all the truck stops turning, things are gonna pop up and you see some crazy stuff sometimes.
And that's because it's reflecting opinion of public view.
You know, that's something that they you know, psychologists you don't need to be be be be looking into versus saving that saving the adverse.
Maybe there's something there.
Maybe it is actually reflecting What's happening? You mean someone live streaming? You know something going crazy in the head in the Middle East, like, like you know, is not reflecting what's actually happening.
That's really you know, So you that's that's kind of what I say there is that people trying to people that are smart and our certified as being smart, trying to trying to flip your opinion and trying to leverage the fact they are quote unquote certified smart Thio have influence and 1/2 power over.
Elated that you're thinking that you're already perceiving.
Yeah, you know, not my mom.
My mom always taught me one thing.
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck quacks like a duck.
I like how you did that.
I'm sorry, honey, right? Yeah, very plenty.
Forget about talking Instagram.
Where do you see the future into talking Instagram, Mainly there I g TV function And how as a someone you streams and broadcast how do you How do you reckon people could monetize on leverage that in the future.
So I think that that starting off with first instagram you know, it is pretty much gonna almost shift completely towards I g t v.
Uh, and I feel that way because of the video function.
And people are kind of, you know, enjoying the the functionality of videos and stories more so than just regular still pictures, you know, regular still pictures that was working for us back in 2012.
And don't get me wrong.
That still is gonna be there because the expression a picture says 1000 words is never gonna die.
What? People are starting to receive content in a lot of more of a different manner.
And that's where talk is coming in.
Because it's integrating music.
It's integrating humor.
You know, I'm even starting to see a lot of a lot of ****ysts in our space that I've been striving.
I've been trying to influence ****ysts in our space.
You know, I'm getting guys that are now getting onto talking.
They're posting the betting odds with the cool fonts above their heads.
You know, they're playing like the E 40 notes.
Yeah, like telling you which games the pig, you know you're not do it and they're loving it, though.
But, like like like they're getting viewers. They're getting subscribers.
It's growing their platform, you know, and you're able to utilize that.
It's the kind of leverage, you know.
It's sort of leveraging monetization if you are like for me. For instance.
Right now I have my own my own website run boys dot com, which is where all of our writers write and everything like that.
And that was one of things I really want to make sure, like I had my own media space to make sure that people took me serious.
His immediate company, Um, I never want to be looked at it as a YouTube.
I think that's the most offensive term.
Um, you know, so leveraging.
You know that the monetary aspect I wanted Dr Take my other piece of content, my other social media and drive into my own website to one.
Get them to know my Brandon associate, my brand Sue, you know, check out.
You know our merch over there. Three.
There's gonna read the articles, there's ads, and so on.
and so forth that that that's bringing that monetary that monetary aspect to keep the company running.
I wanted to make sure they with certain instagram post I'm directing them Thio.
I'm directing them to you too, You know, we started things.
I want to make sure I'm directing them to SportsCastr.
What? I'm always trying to make sure I'm directly into SportsCastr no matter what I'm doing.
You know, you kind of wanna build your own algorithm.
And after a while, you know.
You know what? You're what you're making.
You know what you're doing.
You know what? You have to make it get to your certain gold, you know.
So you want to use those other social media is to leverage monetization on the platform that you're all very monetizing.
And then eventually, those platforms will then start monetizing.
And now you have multiple different places of passive income.
Yeah, possibly argue that it's probably too dangerous is reliable stuff.
It is far too dangerous for four to rely on one platform and I never understand why.
And I see this mainly on sweater the most where a lot of podcasters interactions so immediate on Twitter and B to B.
I see so many podcasters to wear.
They only have their podcast on Apple.
Yeah, why? Why are you just doing audio? Why are you not doing audio and video? You know, it's it's astonishing to me trying.
I always encourage people try and tackle as many mediums as possible, you know, in try and market and brand yourself out there as much as possible.
Don't be afraid to try something new if you feel like it.
If you're all one medium and then you're coming and then your message of me and you're like, Oh, you know, I don't know what to do that.
And I'm like, Go create a YouTube and the you don't create a YouTube that's on you.
You know that you're being stubborn and the market in any space, no matter what it is, does not reward stubbornness.
You know, I just work in the music industry, and one of the best artist at that at that worked with was a deejay.
They that he produced all types of music, everything from tedium rock.
The country did hip hop, and that's what was making him successful.
He was getting booked on towards getting booked, you know, do the wedding's ing did.
It ended up he was selling big stage, like everything like that.
That's what you need to do.
Yeah, And then when you blow up and when you get big, then that's when you can say, OK, I'm a I'm sorry, guys.
This is what I'm gonna do.
This is what I'm gonna focus on.
That's when you can make those type of decisions because you could afford to take a loss.
Yeah, you know, for us, take a little bit more risk that someone here is money at the problem.
I might not be getting that kind of thing.
And that's not to say that that that that risk is an associative.
You know, at the level of business that I made, I took a risk every day.
You know, I'm literally, you know, going to be starting a new podcast there, you see? Serious. Later this afternoon.
Call the number four, and I don't know how it's going to go.
Do you know we're mixing in a little bit of humor and did it, huh? You know, like I need constant, you know, I need a fresh ideas.
So you know I'm taking a race.
Yeah, businesses like Vegas.
You gotta gamble sometimes.
Told him. Black.
So coming up too, if you were Well, you goes this year those that they create.
Um, this year, 2020.
The first thing that I thought was how do I top 2019? You know, I do not expect and I do not think that I was gonna do a lot of the amazing things.
You know, that that I did in 2019.
To be honest, the rookie interviews and doing those rookie interviews, that was that's the biggest daunting thing to try and overcome because that's cute.
You know, I met the legendary Matt.
Matthew Berry was one that was an amazing, amazing sports ****yst in sports commentator Uh, yeah, podcasts on ESPN and I've met him right outside the Rose Bowl that he would have told me the two B's advice.
Outwork yourself and remember, no one can ever out working.
But you're so and and then one things, he told me.
Well, not so much a piece of advice, but one of things that still clicks.
And you know, So this day is when I told him that we were there interviewing all 40 of the rookies.
He's like I only have eight interviews today.
Use like you're here doing 40 all 40.
I was like, Yeah, he was like, I know people that I've been in that I've been in the industry 11 plus years, five plus years.
I can't even get one interview.
They came to get access to this event, you know? So that sticks with me every day, just like I got one up back, you know? So whether it's, you know, we end up going back and doing it again, you know? Or whether it's I'm now hitting, hitting happens up, you know, from my phone via Twitter Instagram And I do that.
At least I usually have about two days out of the week that I focused purely just on booking.
Um, and I'm just costly sending out messages, sending out e mails and stuff, whether it's me having to do it by my own hand.
I want to make sure that I went up back.
But just overall trying turnout do myself.
I don't have time anymore.
You know, I don't have the same team that I once had anymore.
You know, 2020 for me has to ask me, stepping up to the occasion ride into rising up to the challenge and making sure that I'm also able to reach a point where I could really, truly, you know, take care of my team.
They're taking care, but we need to really, you know, take care of him.
I want to take rumble.
It's to the point to where you know, we have our own room to the point to where were ableto didn't provide health care for for for our writers in our team, you know, that's where I'm trying to go.
That's what I want.
So that's where we're at right now.
Trying to find big endor*****t, trying to find big deals.
Um, trying to move our product in the deposit direction and just, you know, keep keep building up with numbers, you know, building up that subscriber count.
Um, just doing more overall.
No, what is your prediction on, especially from North America? Because your prediction in terms of forecasting in 2020.
So I think for four as independent as as independent ****ysts, the future is bright.
More and more people are not finding you know firsthand people are coming too.
Independent sports broadcasters.
Uh, remember when I had found SportsCastr I was, like, so excited.
I was like, Yes, you know, amazing sight.
You know, the gaming community got switched.
Now, the sports training we got SportsCastr and now starting to see a lot of other kind of like copycats like, if you will, on trying to do the same thing, you know? So it's definitely becoming becoming more more pertinent.
I'm seeing the tweets all the time where, you know, especially in American football, there's announcer by name of Booger McFarland and everyone can't see in the guy Nobody nobody likes.
A guy gets completely drag out on Twitter, and I'll literally hop in those sweets.
I'm glad you could come.
You could watch my show.
I'm calling the game, and then I end up gaining a new a new fan or two that day, you know? So I think the future is bright, and I think that this is where where future's going.
I think that honestly, it's only a matter of time before you know Sky Sports, ESPN um, CBS, NBC sports all these big companies NFL Network, All these big companies start looking down at the little guys and they start e mailing us talking about Hey, come on in and be ****ysts.
Do you mind doing a segment we're seeing all the time? Way? Well, you may have an influencer that you may know of for YouTube or something.
They're all of a sudden on ESPN.
You know, in this in MBA celebrity basketball game last year there was, like, three YouTubers in a celebrity basketball game, like, you know? So you're seeing more Maur to where, Where the ones coming coming in and reshaping the space.
I don't recall the interview that I did what they produce it from NFL Network.
And she had literally stated to me real life stated to be they Oh, yeah, We actually have a team in NFL Network that their job is it just scroll through Twitter and find streets and find takes from regular people so that we can actually, you know, help find stats that we're not able to find, and they will literally take these tweets Hey, copy and paste them and insert them into their reports.
As she legitimately told me this you like, we turn to you guys all the time, and then I literally found out and I have found out that there's even been athletes that have came in and checked out our show, you know? So I mean, it's it's it's only a matter of time.
You have you guys beach area, actually.
D'oh other sports wherever channels the network just can't reach an audience.
That is exactly exactly that.
That that's where I think that is so beautiful.
This is the intimate interaction they sports broadcasters and sports.
Alice, you know of the independent side, are able to provide the people, give them in a viewpoint that they're not traditionally getting.
Now, one thing that I do want to add, though with the future of sports broadcasting is for viewers.
Try and be response about the content that you are viewing, you know, being that this is sports ****ytics, try and find the most accurate opinion being A lot of these people are gonna be independent.
Yeah, you know, don't just go and look for like like the phantom reason, the rants and stuff like that, all the crazy stuff, you know, trying try and go for You know what I mean? constantly with substance with quality, because there are a lot of creators out there that are working really hard and there are a lot of really knowledgeable ones.
But there are a lot of ones that aren't so.
It could lead you down the wrong path.
And especially you are playing in competitions like fantasy football.
Or you are putting money on games and stuff like that because that's where the future is going.
Yeah, you know, exactly.
Please, please view responsibly.
We tell people all time on the run, boys.
Fancy network, drink responsibly, view responsibly.
OK, remember, he's wrong.
I don't make that an ad.
It's, uh it's quite interesting, actually.
Saw a independent like trying to the Premier League.
So how a right how one team? Only one, like 12 miles from the sea or something.
I'm like, Yeah, that's interesting.
But what about the actual Actually, exactly.
See, you gotta be careful if you gotta be careful there.
There's a lot of pretenders out there, but don't get me wrong.
There's a lot of contenders out there as well.
Okay, so if you had Thio give advice to you, you're yourself.
Your younger self.
Yeah, let's do this.
Okay, for advice.
So if I had to give advice, some lights in my younger so about school costing just my younger career self were like my younger self.
Because if I were to give advice to my my just overall younger, So, like if I would go back it, like, 18 19 I would tell myself to start this a whole lot sooner.
You know, get a head off the way.
Um, and that's what I wish I I had I feel like that's the best advice.
I if I had a time machine and I could go back in time travel.
Um, listen, 19 year old Robbie, but I said I am.
Said I enlisted in the military.
If I could go back and get business me current in my current space right now, Um, just just how could I say this? Um, be just keeping open and keeping a spy.
Um, b and B be aggressive every day.
I would give I would get myself the advice.
That same advice I'm giving now.
I feel like a lot of times when people asked us this question and they look at it from, you know, just just narrowing down, like in that aspect of the hospital aspect.
The first thing you gotta do is our superiors find happiness, you know? And if you're happy in the space in your aim, then you're constantly always going back in your reassessing and you're looking back, feeling okay? You know, I was doing that, and then that was working.
And now you know, you're just looking at how to expand upon it.
So I think right now, the space I mean, it's just looking for experiencing, um and just looking to do more.
And definitely probably somewhat, somewhat by my previous self.
Yeah, you're You're about to interview 40 40 rookies, and you need to talk back.
I ever since you asked that question, I'm just like, **** hello.
I'm really gonna top at 22 money, right? Yeah, exactly.
It's all good playing exactly this year.
Like I said this year, I'm hoping that it happens.
Just the star's gotta live stars out of line.
He said, about the expanding your area certainly is expanding.
Machine full streaming for say on anything for manis falls from fishing.
Yeah, I've seen people stream fishing.
One of my one of my guys.
Now, before he, uh, j d Before he had gotten signed onto the run boys, he had literally did a bassmasters fishing competition.
Live stream like I was like, No, I need this guy.
You could cover fishing your own board.
Dude, that was the moment right there.
I knew what I needed him on my team.
I got a fishing.
And this, if need be shaped, seeing like racing What? That just had it. Randy on the TV.
A little beauty.
And it's so this guy was like, from Birmingham.
So he's like, Thank you.
Imagine Pinky blind is that kind of access E? I was like, like, old school show, right? Yeah.
Careful. The Stroop fishing competition.
Look at me like that.
What you're doing, you two a people.
People consume that.
But that's what's great about about the expansion of space.
People consume content, and there's so much different personality types and different hobbies of different interests, you know, even outside its words.
You see, people creating channels just for anything.
You know, I got people that are doing cooking and all sorts of stuff, you know, And people people are thirsting for constant outside of cable.
I think that streaming and, you know, broadcasting the independent broadcasting.
It's gonna take over a cable.
It's eventually going toe overrunning.
It's gonna take 10 15 years, you know, with the way that with the with the way one of my biggest mince words Backcourt America taught me because we were working in the technology space he taught me.
You let me know, son, you work in the technology, and if you don't like something, don't worry.
It'll change in five minutes, and that has been the biggest thing.
But I found working in the space that that you and I work in dealing with.
The technology side is there's always something new, and there's always someone trying to, you know, come up with some with some new form of broadcasting or some in form of play by play synchronization.
You know, the even on the marketing side, the social media is changing.
The algorithms are always changing.
Metadata is constantly improving trend.
What is trending and trying to get yourself into that conversation to skyrocket to the top of that algorithm.
It's This space is expanding, the technology is expanding and it's expanding.
This is a space is not expanding by the year by the the week the day this space is explaining by the minute by this second.
So you're constantly having to remain on your toes and be studying.
And that's why I say you gotta be a sponge younger.
Me Continue to be a sponge to me now could seem to be a sponge.
All you guys out there listening B freaking sponge.
The more you know, the more you'll grow to another question.
****ty person and beauty thing's gonna win the Super Bowl.
Well, so be honest, um, myself and as well as pretty much most of the ****yst community, both amateur and professional.
I predicted Raven Saints.
That's not happening on.
Say that Oh, my Oh, my show.
So what I'm thinking is gonna shape out Now we're looking at the 40 Niners in Green Bay Packers.
They're gonna be going going up against each other this Sunday and then following backing.
We have Kansas City and the Tennessee Titans 70 times.
They got a **** good defense.
You cannot discount the mountain.
They also eat up the play clock by running the ball.
Oh, a whole lot.
And, plus, their coach knows any and every way to bend that rule book to also take extra time, whether it's taking the lawyer games, whatever the case may be, since he can win that game if they keep passion homes off the field.
Problem is, I don't think that they keep patching the homes off the field.
Patrick Jones is one hell of an athlete.
He sees the filled in a completely different manner.
So I'm gonna pick them to go on to the Super Bowl for the FC Now for the NFC, There is that bad and Aaron Rodgers, you know.
But San Francisco has also bald all all year around.
I also did interview Nick Bosa off the San Francisco 40 Niners.
Yeah, so I mean, I'm gonna roll with roll with my rookie and I put the 40 Niners in there as well, and also I interviewed Nico Harbor of the Can City Chiefs as well.
So I'm gonna go with the rookie bowl.
I don't put both my guys in, um and I think they pull it all.
But I do want to 0.
If it is Kansas City and it is Green Bay Super Bowl, Super Bowl number 1 1967 Green Bay defeated the Kansas City Chiefs.
Look for this kind of happen for all of you guys out there that you know, you like the betting and stuff.
Look for Vegas and maybe you don't have the refs way some penalties one way and make it to where those who come down too weak.
But I'm gonna go in on picking city as my winner overall for the whole thing.
Like I said, I'm picking 40 Niners Kansas City and I am gonna pick Kansas City to Wing.
They just have too many weapons.
Do as a sports science guy the speed of Tyree kill.
Uh, that alone is the scariest thing.
More on the field Kill compelling me times together.
Top left in that respect.
Specially when Pappa Holmes's ableto make some of the throws that that he's able to do it exactly.
His football i Q.
Is that Is that such a high level? Any understands the game and he understands also his receivers and how they have to adjust on route so well.
And I think that that's what elevates him past a lot of other quarterbacks in the NFL.
It's definitely gonna be interesting game.
I look for this year's who spoke to be high scoring.
No matter who gets saying thanks.
We'll take a look.
You enjoy it? Absolutely.
Adam, Thank you.
Thank you for having me.
So where can any of my followers potentially find you? Yeah, so they could find us.
On our website run boys dot com, you are working on getting that app developed.
So weaken be on you guys mobile phones as well.
But for now, we are on the web at run boys dot com.
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Where you going for the rest of the day? That I got to go walk my dog.
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