SportsJudge's Media Timeline
January 19, 2007: Sam Borden of the Jacksonville Times-Union publishes perhaps the first newspaper article on SportsJudge.com, noting " [t]he surest sign of an intriguing idea is one that seems preposterous yet logical. "
September 10, 2007: Liz Farmer of The Baltimore Daily Record touts SportsJudge.com for the 2007 fantasy football season, but also expresses uncertainty about whether SportsJudge would get repeat customers.
September 4, 2008: Brian Baxter of American Law Daily highlights SportsJudge founder Marc Edelman's transition from big-firm associate to professor and entreprenuer.
February 19, 2009: Ron Kaplan of the New Jersey Jewish News gives SportsJudge.com an unequivocal compliment--touting SportsJudge as "the Solomon of Fantasy Sports."
May 21, 2009: More positive press, as The Wall Street Journal's Nano Di Fino suggests that fantasy sports commissioners should "mosey over to a fantasy dispute resolution site like SportsJudge and let a detached stranger make that call."
August 31, 2009: Time Magazine runs a feature on fantasy football and mentions SportsJudge.com and its services.
September 10, 2009: A CNN feature called "Lawyers, Insurance Firms Cash in on Fantasy Football" mentions SportsJudge.com as "offer[ing] to mitigate fretful, fantasy freuds."
August 1, 2010: Eriq Gardner highlights the role of SportsJudge.com with the growing fantasy sports industry in his ABA Journal article "The Umpire." Gardner estimates the number of fantasy sports contestants in North America at 30 million.
August 25, 2010: SportsJudge.com is featured as a thriving idea/business during a three-minute segment on CNBC's Squawkbox (video link available here).