Tyler Kern

Sr. Director of Media MarketScale

Tyler Kern is a media professional from Dallas, TX. He started his career as a radio host and producer at ESPN Radio, co-hosting ESPN Soccer Today and producing a number of other shows. During this time, he took over the play-by-play responsibilities for the radio broadcasts of FC Dallas. He started his career at MarketScale in 2018 as a podcast host and quickly honed his interviewing and hosting skills. He now serves as the Senior Director of Media, overseeing a growing team and disrupting the B2B media landscape.

BA in Communications 2006-2010
Podcast Hosting
Editing
Content Creation
Interviewing
Sports Media
Broadcasting

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Update: Host Cities Announced for the 2026 World Cup in North America

June 21, 2022 Articles

FIFA has officially announced the 16 host cities for the 2026 World Cup in North America. The list includes 11 cities from the United States across three regions.

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How Mark Cuban is Turning the Prescription Drug Industry Upside Down

March 14, 2022 Articles

When Mark Cuban enters an industry, he typically disrupts it in one way or another. And that’s precisely what it appears he has done once again, though this time in the healthcare space.

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Dallas Radio Legend Mike Rhyner on the Future of Major League Baseball

March 14, 2022 Articles

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Why Formula 1 Used AI to Maximize Sponsorships Mid-Pandemic

September 15, 2021 Sports & Entertainment

Key Points In 2020, Formula 1 turned to AI to measure the trackside exposure for its sponsorship partners. AI was also instrumental in optimizing camera angles with a limited staff.

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Formula 1 Says ‘Viva Las Vegas’

April 12, 2022 Articles

Formula 1 announced recently that they will be heading to Las Vegas for a night race in 2023. It's the first time that the international racing circuit will visit Sin City since 1982.

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