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Bob Wischusen on The Marketing Playbook Podcast with Mark Friedman: Voice of the Jets and ESPN Broadcaster

Ok! Welcome back to my podcast: The Marketing Playbook with Mark Friedman! Presented by Details Interactive. Here, you’ll take away 3 game-winning marketing plays every episode to take back to your team. I’m your host, Mark Friedman, and my career has been focused on direct-to-consumer marketing; direct mail, physical retail, and digital commerce.

This is Episode #13 and today’s guest is Bob Wischusen. He’s the Voice of the Jets and an ESPN Broadcaster. Listen to the episode on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, and your other favorite podcast spots – subscribe and leave a 5-star review if you have your playbook!

What is The Marketing Playbook with Mark Friedman?

Mark Friedman (that’s me) knows direct-to-consumer marketing. The 30+ year industry veteran has served as the President of eCommerce at Steve Madden, Chief Marketing Officer of Brooks Brothers, mentor to dozens of startups, and even youth sports coach. You’ll take away 3 fundamental tips every episode to help your team knock it out of the park, and draw up strategies for digital marketing, eCommerce, customer monetization, and pivoting with the brightest all-stars in business. Do you have your playbook?

Podcast Episode #13: Bob Wischusen – Voice of the Jets and ESPN Broadcaster

Bob Wischusen, the Radio Play-by-Play Voice of the Jets and ESPN TV Broadcaster, adds his page to the Marketing Playbook. Hear how to be aggressive when finding internships, how to always strive to get better, how to know when to speak and when to listen, how Bob got his start in the broadcasting world, and the differences between radio and TV broadcasting. This episode covers everything from stories from the broadcasting world to Bob’s thoughts on fantasy sports. Here’s a small sample of what you will hear in this episode:

  • When will sports come back after COVID-19
  • What were Bob’s favorite sports teams growing up
  • Did he always want to be a sportscaster
  • What was it like working at the epicenter of New York sports radio
  • How to know when to find another job
  • How do you prepare to call a game as a sportscaster
  • What is Information Condensation
  • What are Bob’s favorite college basketball arenas

Connect with Bob by tuning in to your favorite sporting events.

Let’s open the playbook. Ready? Break! Check out the episode, show notes, and pictures below for much more detail.

Show Notes

Bob Wischusen on The Marketing Playbook Podcast with Mark Friedman: Voice of the Jets and ESPN Broadcaster

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That’s it! Today’s game ball goes to Bob Wischusen. Thank you, Playbook Marketers, for listening. If you want to check out more pages of The Marketing Playbook, make sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast spot and leave us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. You can also follow us on Twitter at @DetailsInteract and learn more at DetailsInteractive.com. Until next time, The devil is in the details.

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