The Super Bowl: How America’s Top Sports Event Was Created (VIA ZOOM)
The Super Bowl is much more than a football game, and as you might know, it is the only sports event that impacts every community in the United States. But, did you know that the Super Bowl rose out of the civil rights movement, specifically the African American boycott of the AFL All Star Game in New Orleans? Evan Weiner, a veteran sports broadcaster will take us on a journey from the birth of the Super Bowl to talk about the halftime shows and everything in between, including how the famed football game got its name.
Journalist Evan Weiner is a recognized global expert of the “Politics of Sports Business”. He has a daily video podcast called The Politics of Sports Business. He has been a regular on BBC radio as well as TalkSport London and has been quoted in Bolivian and Australian newspapers. He also has written for the Guardian newspaper in the U. K. In the United States, he has been a radio commentator, TV pundit on MSNBC, NewsMax and ABC, he is also an author of nine books and is a frequent college speaker. He won the 2010 Ronald Reagan Media Award from the United States Sports Academy. In 2015, Evan was featured on the documentary, “The Sons of Ben” about the economic fall of Chester, Pennsylvania and how the city thought a soccer team would be a key to economic revival.
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