August 27, 2016

About Mobile Sports Report

Welcome new readers to Mobile Sports Report (MSR), the premier site for news and analysis of stadium technology, including Wi-Fi, DAS, Stadium Apps, Fan Engagement, and Sports Analytics. This is part of our charter to aggressively cover the intersection of mobile technologies and sports in an unbiased, editorial fashion.

What does Mobile Sports mean? In an age when just about every pro athlete is on Twitter and just about everyone has a cell phone with Internet access, sports fans are closer to the action than they ever have been before. But even as fans log in to social/mobile sports sites by the millions, and use their devices for information at stadiums, figuring out how to make this new relationship successful for teams, schools, vendors advertisers and broadcasters is still a work in progress.

That’s where Mobile Sports Report comes in — to help identify the new entrants and new business models, and to find winners, losers and interesting stories along the way. Our STADIUM TECH REPORT series of quarterly long-form publications is the premier place for stadium technology professionals to hear from their peers about the latest deployments of stadium technologies in all major sports venues.

Mobile Sports Report is led by edtior and founder Paul Kapustka, and is an independent, editorially focused publication that uses traditional journalistic methods to break stories, offer informed takes and reflect on trends for the stadium technology marketplace.

Bookmark this site and get ready for the mobile sports revolution! We’ll be there to provide you with a front-row seat.

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MOBILE SPORTS REPORT is the premium provider of news, analysis and research for the stadium technology marketplace, where mobile devices and the fans who hold them are the new kings. No other publication covers this market as directly or as thoroughly as MSR; from our daily blog posts to our weekly email newsletters to our quarterly long-form reports, we provide a breadth and depth of information that has made us a fast-growing favorite of the online slots real money stadium technology professionals who are our core audience.

We currently offer sponsorship opportunities for our STADIUM TECH REPORT series, quarterly long-form reports that have been downloaded by more than 2,500 unique readers in the past year. For a media kit, please contact Paul Kapustka, editor.

MSR STAFF

MSR editor Paul Kapustka, your man on the Wi-Fi scene.

MSR editor Paul Kapustka, your man on the Wi-Fi scene.

PAUL KAPUSTKA, Editor in Chief

Long before he started his own wireless-industry analysis site, Paul Kapustka was a sports writer for the Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera, where he covered everything from Super Bowls to neighborhood 5k races. Mobile Sports Report is the ultimate combination of Kapustka’s knowledge and excitement for sports and mobile technology. Mostly it is an excuse to expense the bill for watching NFL games on a phone. If you want more granular details, check out Paul’s LinkedIn Profile and send an invite. A Chicago native, Kapustka follows da Bears, da Hawks, da Bulls and da Cubs from Boulder, Colo. In Theo we trust!

Terry Sweeney, the man who gets you into a jam. A fresh, flavored jam in a jar.

Terry Sweeney, the man who gets you into a jam. A fresh, flavored jam in a jar.

TERRY SWEENEY, contributing editor
Terry Sweeney is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who’s covered networking, wireless technologies and enterprise IT for more than 25 years.

Most recently, he has written profiles of network deployments at the Los Angeles Coliseum and the St. Louis Cardinals’ Busch Stadium.

He contributes to Computer Reseller News, Information Week, Network World and Computerworld, among other titles. He is also founder and chief jarhead of cottage food operation Paragon Jams, because everyone’s midlife crisis looks just a little bit different.

Phil Harvey, co-host of the Stadium Tech Report Podcast.

Phil Harvey, co-host of the Stadium Tech Report Podcast.

PHIL HARVEY, contributing editor

Phil Harvey (http://www.philharvey.me) is a writer, editor and photographer who has spent the last 20 years chronicling how the Internet changes people, places, companies and cultures. He lives in Fort Worth, Texas, works for Waltham, Mass.-based Netcracker Technology and his opinions are his own.