Jeff Boyle discusses the business of March Madness, the growth of the NCAA tournament, streaming and online viewership, and wagering and betting.

The Business of March Madness


March Madness is the topic of “The Boyleing Point” in today’s episode. EisnerAmper senior business advisor Jeff Boyle talks about the tremendous growth of this NCAA tournament, the evolution of streaming and online viewership, the impact of wagering and much more.


Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to “The Boyleing Point.” I'm your host, Dave Plaskow and with us today is Jeff Boyle, a senior business advisor in EisnerAmper’s audit group. Jeff examines the everyday business and finance issues faced in sports, entertainment and the media. Today we're discussing the business of March Madness, its impact on workplace productivity, its media contracts and, of course, sports gambling. Hello Jeff. Thanks for being here tonight.
Jeff Boyle: Hi Dave. Absolutely. It's a great month to talk sports.

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Jeffrey Boyle is a Senior Audit Manager, providing services for both private and public clients. He has particular expertise in the sports and entertainment industries, as well as emerging and established media and technology companies.

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