Kelly Mosier is the current Head of Programming for the media division at Hudl, a sports software company that build’s coaching and evaluation tools to help teams win. In that role he helps guide the original content and builds the strategy for Hudl to engage with their users and a large community audience on social media as well as inside of the Hudl platform.
Prior to Hudl, Mosier was the Assistant Athletic Director for Creative and Emerging Media at the University of Nebraska Athletic Department where he oversaw the development of a staff of creatives to help guide Nebraska’s efforts in fan engagement and recruiting across Nebraska’s 23 varsity sports. The Creative and Emerging Media Department oversaw video and graphic design elements with a digital first emphasis for engaging the 13-34 demographic.
Mosier also served as the Production Coordinator at HuskerVision where he served as a senior producer for Nebraska’s football, men’s basketball, volleyball and baseball game day and TV show productions.
A graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Mosier also received his Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications where he researched the early days of Twitter as a sports community that fans used to engage with their favorite teams.
During this episode, I spoke with Kelly about his career journey, digital citizenship and what advice he has for students about creating meaningful content.