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Monday, December 31, 2029

can young stars of arts sports lead us back to a sustainable world?

.nov 2021 glasgow cop26 - the news is not good- the elder half of the world seem to be saying they don't know how to keep climate warming under 2 degrees - near the 1.5 degrees once thought to be essential if the younger half of the wotld are to be the sustainable generation

youth seem to ne our greatest chance f hope especially when linked in to japan - arguably the top 10 nation ding most to keep its peoples informed about what's at stake

the olympics became noticeable for top stars from japan's naomi osaka to america's smone biles saying this generation young heroines must do more than be the best in on sport
japan is also creating a collaboration platform like none ever seen before - where young music stars can plug in from around the world, cheer on the human race post-covid and towards each sustainability goal

this is no ordinary platform - its led by one of japans leading international financial people who wants his client network to ne leaders of sustainability - so connecting business leaders and young stars can be a win-win for their roles in life and for the whole of the human race

for those shy about joining in a worldwide sing song, musicfiosdgs also offers humming for sdgs!


Friday, February 11, 2022

https://events.bloomberglive.com/power-players-summit/agenda


 Fri Feb 11

11:00 AM
12:15 PM
BROADCAST

Starts 2 min before the session time

12:15 PM PT - Welcome Remarks

  • Jason Kelly, Chief Correspondent, Bloomberg QuickTake

12:20 PM PT - Owners Box 

Sports is Big Business, and that business is predicted to increase its valuation globally to a record 600 billion by 2025. This permanent evolution has growing implications on the structure of sports team ownership. Transformation of operations and financial management are further front of mind. Team owners will discuss deal flow and how investments, digitization and the fan experience is evolving.

  • Arthur M. Blank, Owner, Atlanta Falcons & Atlanta United
  • Moderator: Jason Kelly, Chief Correspondent, Bloomberg QuickTake 

12:45 PM PT - The Modern Athlete 

Becoming a legendary athlete today is much bigger than being the best at your sport, it’s about your impact far beyond the field. Athletes will share their experience of how to become an influencer and transfer sports skills to business ventures.

  • Andrew Hawkins, Former NFL Wide Receiver; Co-Founder & President, Status Pro
  • Carli Lloyd, Two-Time FIFA World Cup Champion; Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Moderator: Jennifer Zabasajja, Anchor & Reporter, Bloomberg QuickTake

1:05 PM PT -  Washington Commanders Rebrand Story

As the world changes over time, a rebranding strategy can be crucial to the success and growth of your business. If you miss the mark, your corporate reputation could be at stake. Tanya Snyder and Jason Wright discuss their team’s new name, Washington Commanders, how the organization is paying homage to its history while forging a pathway to its future, the process to rebrand a sports franchise of this magnitude and how they are finding innovative ways to enhance the fan experience and step outside of the box to unlock new growth.

  • Tanya Snyder, Co-Owner & Co-CEO, Washington Commanders
  • Jason Wright, President, Washington Commanders 
  • Moderator: Jason Kelly, Chief Correspondent, Bloomberg QuickTake 

1:30 PM PT -  Elevating the Fan Experience

Fans are the lifeblood of sports and NFL teams are writing a new playbook to improve fan engagement in and out of the stadium. Charlotte Jones, Chief Brand Officer for the NFL’s most valuable sports franchise the Dallas Cowboys will share how she has turned the Cowboys team into a lifestyle, investing in cutting edge technology, tapping into new audiences and redefining the sports experience.

  • Charlotte Jones, Executive Vice President & Chief Brand Officer, Dallas Cowboys 
  • Moderator: Jason Kelly, Chief Correspondent, Bloomberg QuickTake 

1:50 PM PT - NFTs: The New Era in Sports Memorabilia  

From player trading cards to limited addition video clips of fans favorite game moments, sports non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are expected to generate more than $2 billion in 2022. In this session we will examine how the metaverse is transforming what we put value on and driving a digital collectibles craze. What role will NFTs play in how live sporting events are marketed? How will NFT’s generate revenue for athletes, sports leagues and teams?

  • Monique Brown, President, The Amer-I-Can Foundation for Social Change
  • Baron Davis, Two-Time NBA All-Star; Founder & CEO, Baron Davis Enterprises
  • Eric Dickerson, NFL Hall of Fame Running Back; Author, Watch My Smoke
  • Jason Robins, Co-Founder & CEO, DraftKings
  • Moderator: Jennifer Zabasajja, Anchor & Reporter, Bloomberg QuickTake

2:20 PM PT - Crypto.com Premier Sponsor Spotlight: Cryptocurrency: The Intersection of Business and Sports

  • Kris Marszalek, CEO, Crypto.com
  • Moderator: Brian Strong, Global Head of Communications, Bloomberg Media

2:25 PM PT - Sports Betting Boom

In the three years since the Supreme Court legalized sports betting, it seems like everyone has attempted to gain a stake in the business. FanDuel and DraftKings have become household names with profits that have grabbed the attention of investors across the board. Now New York regulators approved four sports betting companies to start accepting wagers in time for the Super Bowl, opening the door to a growing form of gambling in one of the country’s largest markets. We’ll take a look at how deregulation and the digital revolution is boosting growth and increasing the market's competitive landscape.

  • Amy Howe, CEO, FanDuel Group 
  • Moderator: Vanessa Perdomo, Reporter, Bloomberg QuickTake

2:40 PM PST - The Evolution of Sports - New Fans, New Platforms

Gen Z is interacting with the world much differently than millennials, from smartphones to VR and streaming apps, children ages 10-17 are likely to consume content virtually anywhere else except traditional TV. This trend has leagues and teams worried over the growing challenges to win the attention of more diverse audiences and the younger sports fan. In this panel we’ll examine how to inspire diversity in sport and get future fans off the sidelines.

  • Marie Donoghue, Vice President, Global Sports Video, Amazon
  • Stephanie McMahon, Chief Brand Officer, WWE
  • Moderator: Carol Massar, Co-Anchor, Bloomberg Businessweek TV & Radio

3:00 PM PT - What’s Next for Live Sports Streaming

It’s no secret that many of any given team’s most loyal fans prefer to watch the game at home than in person. The pandemic has changed the way we consume live sports, and the number of possibilities for at-home streaming have proliferated. We’ll explore how the sports broadcast industry is responding to a landscape ripe for disruption.

  • Kevin Mayer, Chairman of the Board of Directors, DAZN Group 
  • Moderator: Jason Kelly, Chief Correspondent, Bloomberg QuickTake 

3:15 PM PT - Brand Masters Secrets

Constance Schwartz-Morini made a name for herself transforming careers for Pro Football Hall of Famers: Michael Strahan, Tony Gonzalez and Deion Sanders to name a few. In this panel she teams up with FOX Sports NFL Reporter Erin Andrews, who recently launched game day apparel brand WEAR to discuss winning strategies to reinvent your image beyond sport and grow a strong business brand.

  • Erin Andrews, Sports Broadcaster; Founder & CEO, WEAR by Erin Andrews
  • Constance Schwartz-Morini, CEO & Co-Founder, SMAC Entertainment 
  • Moderator: Jason Kelly, Chief Correspondent, Bloomberg QuickTake

3:40 PM PT - Meeting the Fans Where They Are

  • James Pitaro, Chairman, ESPN & Sports Content, The Walt Disney Company
  • George Pyne, Founder & CEO, Bruin Capital
  • Moderator: Carol Massar, Co-Anchor, Bloomberg Businessweek TV & Radio

4:00 PM PT - Power Agents: Elevating the Score for Sports Success

Long gone are the days of traditional athlete representation in securing a client’s financial future. It’s helping them cultivate a brand, anticipate how their fanbase is streaming--or where they are watching, or navigating their digital rights. We’ll hear from legends in the talent management industry on what it means to represent athletes in a moment-to-moment management world.

  • Rich Paul, Founder & CEO, KLUTCH Sports Group 
  • Jeremy Zimmer, CEO United Talent Agency (UTA)
  • Moderator: Emmanuel Acho, Former NFL Linebacker; Author & Co-Host, FS1 SPEAK FOR YOURSELF, Fox Sports 

4:25 PM PT - Closing Remarks

  • Jason Kelly, Chief Correspondent, Bloomberg QuickTake 

4:30 PM PT - Programming Concludes

4:30 PM

Thursday, December 2, 2021

 probably the fashion guru whose stock rose most in 2021 https://mobile.twitter.com/melaniecanva?lang=en  Melanie Perkins

After her graphic design company reached a $40 billion valuation in September, triple the figure from five months prior, the entrepreneur became one of the world’s richest women.

Monday, November 22, 2021

olympics good bad ugly

at www.japanthanks.com journalists (from eg universityofstars, ecop26 ... normanmacrae.net, 2025repot.com) discuss the hopes of the covid-generation of olympians - an extrordinary time particularly as 2 of the biggest market audiences saw  america and japan's most valuable female athletes ultimately mediating something completely different from smashing a tennis ball or doing gymanastic twisties 10 foot above the ground 

21st c that was the hate/love olympics that was

of other 21st c olympics sightings - we welcome your reports chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk on their long run impacts for cultural and sustainability futures the younger half of the world needs most to prevent extinction - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - so far this is what we saw

ugly were greece 2000  and brazil 2016 - both helped bankrupt the country financially (peoples communities) and morally (top leaders). healthwise (physically and emotionallally and educationally)- 

greece had extraordinary impacts on the whole of the eu refugee crises and the eu's utterly inhuman handling of its part in the subprime crisis (unless you directly neighbored berlin expect to be communally decimated by big bankers crimes -if you knew what exponential maths of badwill were doing) or mathematical illiteracy if you were at the top of a capital market but have no exponenetial maths understanding)

the 2018 korean winter olympics looked hopeful - but it was also at the crossroads of supreme commander forces that even the olympics cant compete with- in this case trump using north korea to mess with every neighboring asian country's trust of each other, let alone need to collaborate around climate, health, and love of childrens education



in our view beijing's 2008 was a happiest case (china was near to achieving the greatest 40 year miracle ever - a billion people's human development beyond extreme poverty -and up to then fake media hadn't attacked a billion people's progress); history watchers will know that tokyo's 1964 olympics seemed then and has historically been demonstrated as happiest ever; it signaled the chance that all two thirds of humans could rise out of places that had previously been trapped by the white empires colonial monopolisation of engines); it was also the first and last time that global satellite media had innocently been used to connect all peoples in one cheerful celebration of human endeavor not big advertising's subconscious addictions

  2022 winter olympics is in danger of being unhappiest: we argue the way to tutn this round is to promote female vpices across china wherever thede are genuinely to do with end poverty or every community connectig shared prosperity- this is a bih ask and having seen ioc chairs performance at tokyo olympics not one his eladership can help with; switzerland is in the middle of so many turing points on sports and digital media, human and ai wouorld economics, health and multi-win trade mapping - but it will need an organic movement to go beyond the backhs and indeed the mess swiss run goabl soccer admin caused still hasnt been fully turned round


london's 2012 was one of the biggest wasted opportunity ever to unite youth good/dreams/actions beyond borders; it was the crossroads for the bbc's humanity - there were 3 issues that needed bbc to mediate as once the most trusted world service: please see footnote- as the worlds largest investment in publciic service media and english translation to other cultures - the bbc's lost purpose is the first case any media for humanity student needs to search through

please nore first this is not the fault of the young sports people- but when bad media of the sort usa gas used to frame global competition gets mixed with human sustainability, politics - we needed 2 things - sporting bodies that cared for their athletes (eg the exact opposite of us womens gymnastics whose main purpose for several years was sexual abuse); advertisers who stopped over promoting something they sold and cared about what the very top athlete in that sport wanted to do with the rest of her/his life

out of the usa the case study of kobe bryant is fascinating- there is no indication that any big business sponsor of basketball cared (and certainly the main sporting channels didnt') at all about black lives or womens lives mater -yet he started movements that have turned round basketball- perhaps in part because as a teen he himself had deep lessons to learn about respect for women- it is to be hoped that his family foundation remains pivotal to future of basketball;; its a pity he and chinese superstar yao could never joined forces



 - yao could have had so much influence but has been left to build a california wine business (which while peaceful does not look as if his once dominant relationships with us-china basketball fans will help youth of the 2020s with all the crises elders have administered around them


we have been keeping note on university of stars since 1993 when part of my family while working at price waterhouse coopers was asked to advise ayrton senna foundation - sadly advising motor sports superstars needs to plan their legacy impact not just their hoped for retirement impact; back in the early 1990s senna potentially had more impact on brazil's future in the world than anyone


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the dismal case of the bbc - surely not what scot logie-baird intended tv to world serve

future of last mile health - celebrated in opening ceremony but never discussed again by the bbc

the future of the worldwide web and so all future technologies including 5g and artificial intelligence tipping ponts -again berners lee www was flashed round the opening ceremony and could have been continued round the image of the queen and james bond parachuting in but wasnt-



 from 2012 we needed a pan europe discussion valuing the regions youth : in 2010s fluency in english language still gave a coding advantage- the way the eu sponsored ireland to be the zero tax paying trojan horse of all us big tech was certainly not whar sdg- digital europeans needed each country to cheer on

the future of going green - the bbc blocked attenborough's voice on climate crisis until he was over 80 - his 70 years of service to public broadcasting is a fascinating story not just on green issues but on what could have been the role of bbc2 (a tv world news/trust service) as different from bbc1 but morally balanced worldwide - recently the bbc has got on the wrong side of many activists issues - the wrong side is to promote noise that leads to violence instead of goodwill linked to solutions; worst of all a country where women empowerment over 50 years - happy bangladesh - offered lessons for all under 30 youth has again been totally misreported by the bbc

ultimately the bbc has failed every big media test Economist editors and my family listed ahead of time in the 1984 book 2025 report- this is because instead of valuing the peoples it was muzzled by politicians, as well as having some dirty linen secrets (eg the way it hap promoted pop music around an abuser of women )