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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Murray Barnett. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Murray Barnett, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Murray Barnett. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Murray Barnett, often where they are interviewed.

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Sevenoaks Sports Talks with Murray Barnett

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Sevenoaks Sports Talks with Murray Barnett by Sevenoaks School
Jun 08 2020 · 26mins
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EP #57 | TOP 10 SPORTS DOCUMENTARIES YOU MISSED | ESPN, NBA, F1, etc executive Murray Barnett gives me his top 10.

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The passion that Murray speaks about the 10 sports documentaries he has picked is infectious. See the list below. Follow Murray on Twitter at @murraybarnett

We also did a bonus list of 12 ESPN documentaries from when he worked at the company.
The lists are in no particular order. On the podcast, Murray tells me his super faves.

1. A Sunday in Hell (1976) | YouTube | Cycling
2. Deep Water (2006) | Amazon Prime (rental) | Sailing
3. Dogtown and Z Boys (2001) | Netflix | Skateboarding
4. Do You Believe in Miracles (2001) | YouTube | Ice Hockey
5. Freedom's Fury (2006) | N/A | Olympics
6. Iverson (2014) | YouTube rental | Basketball
7. Salute (2008) | Amazon Prime | Olympics
8. Sons of Cuba (2009) | Amazon Prime | Boxing
9. TT: Closer to the Edge (2011) | Amazon Prime (rental) | Motorcycle
10. Barkley Marathons: The race that eats its young (2014) | Amazon Prime (rental) | Running

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Murray's Best Ever ESPN Documentaries
1. Kings Ransom – NHL’s Wayne Gretsky’s controversial move to the LA Kings
2. No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson
3. 9.79 – 1988 100m Olympic Final
4. The 16th Man – 1995 Rugby World Cup
5. June 17th 1994 – OJ
6. The Two Escobars -The 1994 FIFA World Cup and the tragedy of Andres Escobar
7. Jordan Rides the Bus – Michael Jordan plays Minor League Baseball
8. Unmatched – Evert and Navratilova
9. Once Brothers – NBA players torn apart by politics – Croatian Drazen Petrovic and Serbian Vlade Divac
10. No Mas – Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Duran in the 1980’s
11. When the Garden was Eden – 1970’s New York Knicks
12. White, Blue and White – Ricky Villa and Ossie Ardiles at Tottenham Hotspur during the Falklands crisis --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forfriendsandfamily/support
May 20 2020 · 38mins

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AYNE 005 - Murray Barnett PART 2 - 03 Nov 2018

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Roger and Grant are joined, this week, by Murray Barnett. In what promises to be a truly captivating interview, discussions range from what makes a great sports pundit, to Football and World Rugby, to the post Ecclestone era of Formula 1 motorsports and to the future of how the world's sports fans could be consuming sport content while honoring the past.

Nov 20 2018 · 1hr 5mins
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AYNE 005 - Murray Barnett PART 1- 10 Nov 2018

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Grant and Roger discuss the Fulham death spiral and how to trade it, magnificent violence in the Argentinian superclassico, the footballLeaks X-ray into decaying values,  fake caps for Rooney; ending with the glory of the work ethic authenticity of Marcelo Bielsa.

Nov 11 2018 · 43mins

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Inside Sponsorship - World Rugby Special - Murray Barnett and Mark Thompson - Ep24 - Dec 2016

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This is our third and final special edition episode of Inside Sponsorship which focuses on Rugby Union. The topic our guests are discussing is “The Sponsorship Pathway – Are You Sponsorship Ready?” which was a panel discussion at the World Rugby Conference and Exhibition in London last month.

In this episode we sit down and chat with Murray Barnett, Head of Broadcast, Commercial & Marketing at World Rugby as well as Mark Thompson, SponServe MD, who chaired the panel.

Murray Barnett is vastly experienced, having worked for more than 20 years in the global sports television and entertainment industries. Currently, Murray is responsible for Commercial, Marketing and Broadcast activities for the Rugby World Cup, Rugby World Cup Sevens, HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and all World Rugby events. Murray was previously Vice President TV Sales & Head of International Syndication Sales with ESPN International and also held positions at the NBA and ISL.

Also, Mark shares some really important brand side insights that were common themes from the panel discussion and which focus on what brands want to see from those seeking sponsorship from them.

You can learn more about and World Rugby at www.worldrugby.org and connect with Murray on LinkedIn

You can also listen to the other two podcasts in this series,

Episode 1 – Fiona Taag (DHL) and Mark Thompson (SponServe)

Episode 2 – Craig Maxwell (Welsh Rugby) and Sophie Morris (Millharbour Marketing)

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Nov 30 2016 · 46mins
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Murray Barnett

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Murray Barnett, Head of Broadcast, Commercial and Marketing at World Rugby, the global governing body for rugby union, is the feature interview on this week's SB Weekly.

Murray’s background is in TV. He first cut his teeth in the sports industry at the NBA, where he was International TV Coordinator, before going on to spend over a decade at sports broadcast giant ESPN, eventually heading Sports Channels and Syndication across EMEA.

Murray joined World Rugby in 2013, and in his current position is responsible for driving forward and delivering the organisation’s broadcast, marketing and digital media strategies.

You can hear Murray discuss:

  • The global growth strategy for rugby union
  • Why World Rugby is an unashamed money-making organisation
  • Managing the balance between cash and exposure in broadcast deals
  • Why the pace of change in sports broadcasting isn't as fast as many make out
  • The conscious decision not to take money from betting companies
  • Why All Black dominance has a downside when looking to grow the sport globally
  • Why Virtual Reality won't transform the live experience anytime soon.
Sep 20 2016 · 31mins