MSG Networks’ Wellness Week Will Promote Healthy Living on Digital, Social

Viewers will be encouraged to join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

The weeklong event will promote healthy living across MSG Networks' digital and social media channels
MSG Networks

Sports production and content development company MSG Networks revealed “Wellness Week,” a weeklong event beginning Monday (Jan. 21) that will promote healthy living across the company’s digital and social media channels (including its own livestreaming and video on demand platform, MSG Go).

During Wellness Week, the company’s on-air talent for the National Basketball Association‘s New York Knicks and the National Hockey League‘s New York Rangers, New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils will share workout routines, sleeping techniques, dieting tips and more with viewers.

Content will feature interviews with broadcasters such as MSG Networks analyst Walt “Clyde” Frazier and Islanders analyst A.J. Mleczko, among others. Wellness Week will also feature Naturopathica founder, Barbara Close, who will share personal healing techniques and herbal remedies. Overall, the week’s content will help users learn about healthy eating while traveling, the best yoga practices and more.

walt "Clyde" Frazier
MSG Networks

During Wellness Week, viewers will be encouraged to join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #MSGWellnessWeek.

In a statement, Kevin Marotta, senior vice president of marketing and content strategy at MSG Networks, said, “With our latest themed week offering, we have the opportunity to creatively elevate our coverage and build fan engagement on social media throughout the week. Following the success of our recent ‘Food Week’ in November and ‘Rookie Week’ this past summer, this wellness-themed initiative will allow us to now tap into a new audience and further expand our content focus.”

MSG Networks said that during Rookie Week, overall social metrics for MSG Networks increased by 85 percent year-over-year. Likewise, during Food Week, overall social metrics for the company increased by 63 percent year-over-year.

Islanders center Mathew Barzal training with UFC star Chris Weidman
MSG Networks
Rangers analyst Joe Micheletti
MSG Networks

Recommended videos