Dan isn't leaving radio-- he's leading radio to its next logical path, much the way the web, mobile devices and 24/7 wireless connectivity has done for video
Boston (PRWEB) July 13, 2007
ESPN's Dan Patrick, along with longtime broadcasting industry entrepreneur Jimmy de Castro, announced today that Patrick will join new broadcasting venture, "The Content Factory." Founded by de Castro, The Content Factory is an exciting endeavor to revolutionize and customize how broadcasting content will be distributed for both traditional and the multitude of new media channels that exist today.
After 18 years of pioneering sports broadcasting with ESPN, Dan Patrick recently announced that he will leave his current position at ESPN on August 18th to pursue new challenges and expand his storied broadcasting career to new endeavors.
"Dan isn't leaving radio-- he's leading radio to its next logical path, much the way the web, mobile devices and 24/7 wireless connectivity has done for video," said industry veteran de Castro. "He will continue his innovative industry leadership by taking his brand, the 'big show,' to broader audiences in the innovative ways they receive their information - via radio, television, internet, podcasts, infopods, mobil devices and beyond."
Along with other broadcast industry innovators, The Content Factory will assemble and develop an "All Star" line-up of personalities to deliver, through state-of-the-art technologies and media channels, the most consumer relevant and enjoyable content available. In making the announcement de Castro and Patrick indicated that additional news and updates will be released soon.
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