About Katherine Katherine Rowe is data-driven sports strategist conducting research and strategic consulting for a range of sports properties and brands. Katherine is an MBA graduate from the McCombs Business School at University of Texas at Austin. During her time at UT she worked as a graduate research assistant for Professor Kirk Goldsberry (ESPN NBA analyst and noted leader in the world of sports analytics). Katherine also worked across marketing and sales strategy for the University of Texas Longhorns and created a strategic roadmap for growth for executives of the NBA’s Summer League. Previously Katherine served as an officer in the U.S. Army, responsible for mission-critical combat telecommunications in a number of front-line deployments. She continues to actively support transitioning military veterans for their next chapter of leadership by helping them gain admission to the best college or graduate school possible through Service to School. This is in addition to her own Bridging the Gap initiative aimed at increasing opportunities for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) in the sports industry, including a scholarship place to the annual Sloan MIT Sports Analytics Conference. What you’ll learn
- What’s the makeup live game broadcasts as the most valuable properties in sports?
- How much gameplay action is actually in a broadcast?
- How do these broadcasts vary across different sports?
- Where can rights holders add new revenue generating opportunities without degrading the fan experience?
- FiveThirtyEight: How Much Football Is Even In A Football Broadcast
- Katherine’s favorite sporting moments – USWNT win the 1999 FIFA World Cup and US Women’s Ice Hockey Team win Olympic Gold 1998