Nov. 15, 2006
HATTIESBURG, Miss. - ISP, America's Home for College Sports, announced Craig Curtis has been named the Assistant Vice President - General Manager of the Southern Miss ISP Sports Network. Curtis replaces Owen Shull, who led the Southern Miss property for three successful years. Shull will remain with ISP as the Assistant Vice President-General Manager for the Georgia Tech ISP Sports Network.
Curtis will look to continue building on the success Shull had at Southern Miss, bringing experience from his General Sales Manager position at East Carolina. Curtis joined the ECU staff in February 2006 when ISP added the Pirates to its growing list of partners and has been an integral part of their smooth transition into the ISP family.
The Southern Miss ISP Sports Network is responsible for all sales and marketing opportunities associated with Golden Eagle athletics, including the school's radio network, print advertising, website advertising and all signage in university athletic facilities.
These staffing changes are in response to ISP's unprecedented growth over the last 24 months, when 21 new partnerships with university, conference and bowl game partners have been established.
ISP - America's Home for College Sports was founded in 1992 and has close to 200 employees based in 35 regional offices throughout the country. As the nation's leader in collegiate sports marketing, the Winston-Salem, N.C., based company manages multi-media rights for more than 40 university, conference and bowl game partners. ISP delivers quality broadcasts to nearly 800 radio affiliates and more than 100 television outlets across America. In addition, ISP provides professional direction for numerous partner publications and websites. More information can be found at ispsports.com.