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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 13 July 2011 10:56

Jim Bennett's work showing Lou Gehrig

Two examples of Todd Radom's logo work

Welcome to another edition of Bizball Radio

While in Phoenix for the 2011 MLB All-Star Game, more than just baseball players and fans attend. For years, two friends that have a profound impact on the art of sports have been going to the events.

This week's podcast took place from the FanFest with Todd Radom, who has designed logos from the Nationals, Angels, Super Bowls, and more (see Todd's work he also designed The Biz of Baseball logo and all other logos across the Business of Sports Network)  and Jim Bennett, who has had art in All-Star Game and World Series programs for years, as well as Sports Illustrated, and more (see Jim's work).

The interview looks at a number of facets, but really what is great about the interview this week is how two friends have stayed together over the years and have both been highly successful in the sports industry.

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