Collect This! A Sports Card Podcast For Collectors, By Collectors
Posted on 2/6/2023
After debuting in August of 2022, CSG’s podcast “Collect This!” has become appointment listening for sports card-loving hobbyists. It currently sits in the top 25% of all podcast for listenership.
Hosted by veteran podcaster, bestselling author and sportswriter Alan Goldsher, “Collect This!” offers a new interview each week with an industry heavyweight — sometimes two, sometimes three — who offer their takes on the latest scoops in the world of sports collecting, deliver deep dives into the athletes and card companies loved by collectors and offer up master classes in hobby history.
You can subscribe to “Collect This!” on Apple, Spotify and all major podcast platforms, but you can also visit this page for links to the latest episode.
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A look at the King and what he means to collectors.
Seven industry experts breakdown what we might see in the world of collecting in 2023.
The Action Network's Darren Rovell discusses the overlap between sports betting and card collecting.
Certified Collectables Group CEO Steven Eichenbaum and President Max Spiegel offer an overview of the venerable grading company.
ESPN's hobby writer Dan Hajducky discusses the evolution of collecting, circa the 2020s.
The team from World Football Collection and CSG's go-to soccer card grader Sal DiStefano discuss what we might see in both Qatar and in soccer collectors' collections.
Emmy-winning sports producer Chris Corbellini and Better Sports Network founder Matt Deutsch visit the meeting place between card collecting and fanatsy football.
Card Ladder co-founders Josh Johnson and Chris McGill discuss their innovative sports card value index.
Author Timothy Bella discusses his epic Charles Barkley book Barkley: A Biography.
Bestselling author Jeff Pearlman discusses his acclaimed biography of two-sport legend (and hobby hero), Bo Jackson.
Matt Musico (Elite Sports NY) and Collector Pete Lacombe salute Seattle Mariners phenom, Julio Rodriguez.
Darren Herman (Bain Capital), Jake Roy (90s Bball Cards) and Jon the Basketball Card Guy discuss potential NBA card trends.
Andy Broome (CSG), Simeon Lipman (Antiques Roadshow) and David Seideman (Forbes) pay homage to arguably the most beloved sports card.
Sam Farber (Goldin) and Alan preview of what could happen on the court and in the hobby during the 2022-23 NBA season.
PWCC Marketplace’s Jesse Craig takes us on an aural tour of his company’s legendary vault.
CSG’s Susan Lulgjuraj discusses how collectors might react to the New York Yankees slugger’s magical 2022 season.
Tom Kulczewski (Real Breaks and Real Sportscards) offers up a primer in sports card breaking.
Evan Beard (Masterworks), Ezra Levine (Collectable) and Rob Petrozzo (Rally) break down the whats, whys and hows of fractional ownership.
Tony Giese (Heritage Auctions) and Ryan Friedman (Auction Report) wax about the past, present and future of sports auctions.
Bain Capital’s Darren Herman offers strategies for investing in sports cards, with an accent on the NBA.
Alan Goldsher flies solo for this look at what kind of card movement we might see during (and after) the 2022 NFL season.
Umberto Paolucci and Matteo Pella, curators of the world’s most valuable soccer memorabilia collection, discuss which cards new soccer collectors should consider investing in.
Heritage Auctions’ Joe Orlando offers insight on the largest reported sports card sale in history.
CSG’s Andy Broome and Antique Roadshow’s Simeon Lipman take listeners into the world of card and memorabilia appraisal.
Rich Mueller, the founder of Sports Collectors Daily, discusses the evolution of content for collectors.
Hobby legend Joe Orlando plays a game of free association, offering his takes on some of the baseball players most beloved by fans and collectors.
Sneaker-heads DJ Skee, Dylan Dittrich (Altan Insights) and Tone Stakes (Game-Used Tone / Fanatics) deliver their history of the world’s most iconic sneakers.
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