Twitter to Livestream NFL Games: Mitch Jackson, Brian Fanzo & Vincenzo Landino on #LivestreamSports

Ross Brand

Mitch Jackson, Brian Franzo & Vincenzo Landino

April 7, 2016

About Mitch Jackson

Mitch Jackson is an award winning California Trial Lawyer. He was named California’s Litigation Lawyer of the Year in 2013. On April 7, 2016, Mitch was mentioned by Entrepreneur and Inc. Magazine contributing author, John Lincoln, in his new article, “12 Rising Stars in Social Media Marketing.”

Mitch Jackson Brian isocialfanz Fanzo Vincenzo Landino Ross Brand NFL TwitterHe co-hosts TheShow.Live on Blab with Jennifer Hoverstad. Mitch’s livestreaming and social media website is

What I find really exciting and relevant to this show’s topic is that Mitch and his firm, Jackson and Wilson, have rolled out a new legal department specifically designed to offer representation and agency services to top social media influencers. Anytime you talk about the NFL you have to think about the athletes, agents and high salaries; many of the same concepts apply today when it comes to top social media influencers being asked to represent big brands.

When it comes to digital and business, things are changing quickly and we’re living in exciting times. You can learn more by visiting Influencer.Lawyer and find him across social media @MitchJackson, except for Snapchat where he goes by @CA_Lawyer.

About Brian Fanzo

Brain Fanzo is someone who is super passionate about Twitter. In fact, the first time I ever saw a Periscope of Brian he was walking in San Jose, California, and discussing what he would do to improve Twitter.

Brian recently conducted an extensive strategy session on video about his gameplan for Twitter and the NFL. His motto is “Think Like a Fan.” Check out his website and blog at His speaker website is

You can find him across social media @iSocialFanz. On Blab, Brian co-hosts #CloudTalk with Daniel Newman and #NoLetUp with Ted Rubin. His “talk fast, tweet faster” style helps him bring in large audiences to his appearances on Blab while simultaneously participating in livestream conversation and Twitter chat.

Brian is the Chief Social Media Officer at MyChannel Inc. He co-founded BackLamp LLC with Ryan A. Bell. BackLamp is the parent company forSummit.Live (formerly the Periscope Community Summit).

About Vincenzo Landino

Vincenzo Landino is the host of the daily Brand Boost Podcast and also co-hosts the sports podcast Who’s On First. He is the CMO of Fifty 2 Creative, a digital media agency focused on brand amplification, customer experience and storytelling through various social platforms.

On Blab, Vincenzo co-hosts Late Night Fun with Joel Comm. He is a popular guest on a variety of Blabs and uses the Blab platform to record some of his podcasts. Vincenzo also co-hosts #ScopePassSunday on Periscope with Amy Schmittauer and Sue B. Zimmerman.

Check out his websites:, and You can find him across social media @VincenzoLandino except on Instagram where his username is @Vincenzo.Landino.

About Ross Brand

blab_channel_image.JPGRoss Brand applies his background as a radio host to conduct interviews and lead livestream conversations that inform and entertain. He is the founder and editor of Livestream Universe, covering the latest and greatest in livestreaming and online broadcasting.

Ross hosts #LivestreamStars, Mondays at 7pm ET at The show features talented broadcasters delivering high-quality content across livestream platforms. He also hosts #LivestreamSports, #LivestreamNews and #AskTheExpert monthly. He produces and presents the Daily Livestream Update weekday mornings on FacebookThe updates contain show recommendations and news from the livestreaming industry.

Ross is the co-founder of You can find Ross on Twitter: @iRossBrand. His Instagram username is @RossBrand1.

Show Topics

On April 7, 2016, #LivestreamSports debuted on with a discussion of the National Football League’s (NFL) deal to livestream 10 Thursday night football games on Twitter. What will be the impact on fans, teams, leagues, advertisers, marketers and brands? What can people in other industries learn from how sports leagues are using livestreaming?

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