“The Greatest Thing For Me Personally, With Twitter, Isn’t What I Tweet, It’s What I Get To Read.” Dan Dakich Uses Social Media As A Way To Stay Connected With The Sports World.
John Griffin with 107.5/1070 THE FAN’s Dan Dakich
We see him on our TV sets a lot this time of year. Many of you remember when he laced them up for the Indiana Hoosiers. Through is wild ride at Indiana University, as both a player and a coach, to his journey through broadcasting, Dan Dakich has always been thankful for his opportunities.
Now, as midday host on ESPN 1070 The Fan, Dan reaches hundreds of thousands of sports fans and IU alumni every day. He is as well regarded as an insightful and funny speaker at camps and public events. Dan’s knowledge extends to all sports as he is an avid fan of all Indiana pro and college teams as well as the Chicago Cubs.
Listen to his thoughts on all things sports, pop culture, and community relative weekdays Noon-3P on 107.5/1070 The Fan.
Indiana has always had special ties to college basketball. The NCAA tournament starts this week, with 68 teams vying for a trip to Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis for the Final Four. Here’s a look at how Indiana has contributed to, defined, and furthered college basketball. Indiana as a college hoops hotbed Fresh in […]
Combining 50,000 Watts And 80,000+ Twitter Followers – Radio Host Makes A Difference With #JoshStrong And Hoosiers Quitting Tobacco Dan Dakich is not shy about disagreeing with someone on-air during his weekday Noon-3pm show on 1070 THE FAN or in social media. He has strong opinions about sports, and life. People usually clearly side with […]
Getting To Know People Who Make Our Advertising Happen – 5 Questions with Dan Osborne and Emmett Andrews Media is obviously a people-business. Personalities on-air, on-line and in social media create content that attracts audiences. But many more people are involved in our daily operations than just the voices you hear, the faces you see […]
The Oscars Of Radio Advertising Gives Fun Advice On Not To Write A Commercial Things We Don’t Want to Hear in a Radio Ad (Part 1) from Radio Mercury Awards on Vimeo. It is awards season for creative types. Not only was this past weekend Hollywood’s Academy Awards, it was also the local chapter of […]
Use “Content Marketing” As Part, Not In Place, Of Traditional Advertising Content marketing… increasingly it is the buzz floating around business development workshops & seminars and some are saying it will replace traditional advertising. Nonsense. While effective, content marketing alone isn’t enough for most businesses. However, content marketing integrated within traditional advertising can deliver dramatic […]
Indy Expansion Postponed After Citizens Voice Clutter And Driver Safety Concerns A potential dramatic altering of the local roadway and advertising landscape was put off for at least three months at a recent Indianapolis City-County Council meeting. A recent proposal to install 71 new colorful digital LED billboards across Marion County on I-465, on expressways […]
Fatherhood Featured Prominently, And Positively, In Commercials Is Industry Trend – And Smart Business! People love Super Bowl commercials. Whether because of the big expense sponsors pay for ads in the big game or the variety of creative ad styles, year in and year out the commercials in the NFL championship are guaranteed “water cooler” […]
Marketing & Advertising Are Key To Capitalizing On Growing Consumer Confidence The economy is accelerating as we start 2015. From a generally positive state-of-the-State address by Governor Mike Pence earlier this month to last week’s SOTU speech by President Obama, there are many indications that Indiana and the nation are showing signs of turning the […]
Company Continues Seeking Innovation, Adds Dynamic Pricing Software Firm Continuing its commitment to investing in and furthering technological innovations within the radio industry, Emmis recently acquired Indianapolis-based Digonex, a software firm whose main product uses real-time variable pricing to manage e-commerce transactions. “We like the business,” Emmis Communications CEO Jeff Smulyan said. “We think it’s […]