Immigration attorneys Ksneia Maiorova and Amy Maldonado join host Kristi Dosh to discuss the latest NIL guidance for international student athletes.
The podcast has a new co-host joining this week, and we’re chatting with Cole Gahagan of Learfield about the current state and future of multimedia rights.
Death Wish Coffee has become the first company to anonymously sign and sponsor college athletes.
Georgia is now the 30th state (plus D.C.) to allow high school name, image and likeness deals.
One proposed federal NIL bill would grant international student athletes the same ability to monetize their NIL as other athletes.
There are three new bills and a draft for discussion at the federal level, but can any of them garner enough consensus for a federal NIL bill to pass?
This incorporation will allow official partners to combine the University of Michigan’s official marks, logos, and intellectual property with student-athlete NIL activities.
In this interview, Boland discusses NIL’s impact on bowl games and the College Football Playoff, the idea of “pay for play,” NIL’s intersection with streaming services and more.
Where’s the line between permissible NIL deal and impermissible “pay for play” when it comes to professional teams offering NIL deals?
FanZone is a social media app for college and pro athletes to monetize exclusive behind-the-scenes content through monthly subscriptions from fans.