Scott Carter

December 2017 Podcast

Special Round Table Edition of the Podcast with Jon Cudo, Ben Hill and Scott Carter talking about the 2017 Best of Gameops.com Awards.

December 2016 Podcast

Walker, Cudo, Hill and Carter reunite for the 7th Annual Best of Awards Podcast. Get this crew’s take on the winner, notables and much more. Plus hear Ben Hill sing.

November 2016 Podcast

Nominations and News in the podcast an All-Star line up of Pat Walker, Scott Carter, Rob Wicall, Cameron Hughes and Steve Johnston.

December 2015 Podcast

Scott Carter, Pat Walker, Ben Hill and Cudo talk about the best in game operations from 2015, including winners from 7 categories.

December 2014 Podcast

Cudo is joined by Minor League Baseball’s premier writer Benjamin Hill for the November Podacast, Pat Walker of 3 Point Productions and Scott Carter of Durham Bulls. For the fifth straight year we review the Best of Gameops.com Awards.

September 2014 Podcast

Cudo and Walker talk Redskins, Paul George and the Pacers, and the Oakland A’s giving away shirts featuring a player who doesn’t play for them. Scott Carter plays Phone Tag and talks about the AAA All-Star Game in Durham, and we wrap with promotions from Bakersfield, Brooklyn, Seattle and Saint Louis.

December 2013 Podcast

The December Podcast is an Audio Roundtable discussion on the 2013 Best of Gameops.com Awards. Thoughts, insight, and analysis on the winners in seven categories by Cudo, Walker, Hill and Carter.

December 2012 Podcast

Jon Cudo and Pat Walker with MILB Writer Benjamin Hill and Director of Marketing for the Durham Bulls Scott Carter discussing the 2012 Best of Gameops.com Awards

Staying Relevant in the Offseason

In every sport, teams spend more months of the year out of season than they do playing games.  How you use that time to plan for the relatively short period of time you’ll be executing events makes all the difference. Scott Carter takes a look at how to best use the off-season.

Learning From Tech Companies

While sports marketers may be well on top of what’s going on around their league, sometime the laser focus on what will and won’t work within sports prevents a full appreciation of other industries.  Scott Carter looks at why it is just as important to understand the successes and failures of other companies as it is to stay current on sports business trends.