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Stats Perform to launch PressBox suite on June 29

On June 29th, we will be showcasing our PressBox suite, which encompasses a multitude of products and services we offer that help businesses engage better with their sports viewing audience.  

On June 29th, we will be showcasing our PressBox suite, which encompasses a multitude of products & services we offer that help businesses engage better with their sports viewing audience.  These products help social media teams, digital publishers, content creators, linear & OTT broadcasters, teams, leagues & more tell a better story around the game with our rich data, insights, graphics & more.

Viewers will hear from our Chief Product Officer, our VP of Product, Director of US Media & Strategy, Head of Product Design & our Sr. Director of Broadcast Operations, all of whom have worked in the sports & tech industry for nearly 70+ years!  You will see specific examples of how our PressBox suite has helped teams, broadcasters, leagues & more, develop engaging content around the Moments That Matter.

As part of the showcase, Mike Leon, Director of U.S. Media, Products & Strategy, will be addressing the challenges faced in a production booth; where producers, statisticians and researchers are working against the clock to find insights and statistics to feed into their coverage.

Mike Leon has worked across the media landscape, in television programming, production & product management over the last 20+ years. He is the Director of U.S. Media, Products & Strategy over at Stats Perform, the global leader in sports intelligence & live sports data, as well as the host of the popular news & information podcast ‘Can We Please Talk?’ & the ‘Check The Stats’ sports podcast on Stats Perform’s site, TheAnalyst.com.

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