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      Scott Kotick
    Scott Kotick

    Position:
    Assistant Director of Digital Media


    Scott Kotick is in his fifth year with the Florida State Athletics Department and his fourth as Assistant Director of Digital Media. Kotick joined the Digital Media department in July 2008 and was elevated to his current position in July 2009.

    A proud Tallahassee native, Kotick oversees the multimedia content on Seminoles.com as well as the website's social media networks. Kotick is responsible for supervising the content on all of Florida State's facebook, twitter, and youtube pages, and has been instrumental in developing the social media message to attract fan interaction for Seminole Athletics. Additionally, he supervises the website's online video content through feature stories, interviews, and highlights on Seminoles.com All-Access for all 20 varsity sports at Florida State.

    Kotick is responsible for developing new and unique revenue for Seminole Athletics through online auctions, multimedia video, as well as youtube partnerships. Additionally, he is responsible for the day-to-day business operations for the Digital Media Department.

    He is a weekly contributor on the television shows Seminole Sports Magazine, the Jimbo Fisher TV Show, as well as other Seminole Productions programming. He is also responsible for calling play-by-play on ESPN3 broadcasts for Florida State Baseball, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Soccer, and Volleyball.

    In July 2008, Kotick helped launch the Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter pages for Florida State University athletics, and all have enjoyed great success in the past four years.

    Kotick graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emory University in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Political Science and also holds a master's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the Grady College at the University of Georgia.

    In addition, Kotick is an avid bluegrass mandolin and guitar player.

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