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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Fenton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Fenton, often where they are interviewed.

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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Fenton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Fenton, often where they are interviewed.

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Ryan Fenton on the Early Flotrack Days, Growing the Sport, Calling Chris Solinsky's 10K AR

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Real run junkies will love this episode.

Ryan Fenton joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to discuss how he went from being Flotrack’s first employee in the running division to the director of global rights acquisitions and partnerships for FloSports. From 2008 to 2013, Ryan was at the heart of Flotrack’s daily digital content. Whether it was recurring video series like Run Junkie or calling high school, college and professional meets on a weekly basis, Ryan helped build Flotrack into one of the go-to media sites for running coverage. In 2012, he gave me a shot as a contributor, which led to three very awesome years where I worked alongside him, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff to keep growing. I owe a lot to Ryan for his help in guiding me through the sport.

On this episode, we’ll explore how he discovered Flotrack, what made him leave his job and believe in Mark Floreani’s startup site, what he loved about covering the sport, calling Chris Solinsky’s 10K American record, advice for young people wanting to get into the track media landscape and much more. Plus, what’s he been up to in his new role over the past two years?

All that and more on the latest episode of the CITIUS MAG Podcast.

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May 07 2019 · 1hr 9mins
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154: Ryan Fenton, Director of Global Rights Acquisitions and Partnerships at FloSports, and former Clemson T&F athlete - “I am going to do this, and I will figure it out when I get there.”

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“I am going to do this, and I will figure it out when I get there.”
In the 154th episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview Director of Global Rights Acquisitions and Partnerships at FloSports, and former Clemson University Track & Field athlete, Ryan Fenton. For more on Ryan, follow him on LinkedIn and follow FloSports on on Facebook and Instagram.
To stay up to date on all things coming out of the Keep Moving Forward Creator’s Studio, head on over to http://keepmovingforward.us/ and subscribe to our newsletter. Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.
Mar 20 2019 · 1hr 10mins
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Episode Seven: Ryan Fenton has received mulitple awards for his hard work and creativity in the service industry including Zagat 30 under 30 and Philadelphia Night Life Award. He offers amazing advice and explains who should be in the industry. Bartende

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Meet Ryan Fenton!  Ryan has been in the service industry for 14 years.  His first full service restaurant was at Mcfaddens where he started off running food.  He climbed the industry ladder from running food all the way up to being a general manager and talks about the struggle of taking a pay cut when moving into management.  Don't worry, the pay and reward eventually gets better as he will explain in this episode!

'Music Credit: "Going Home" by Lee Rosevere'

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Feb 23 2016 · 39mins