Seamans Media is the premier source for news and analysis about amateur athletics in the Northeast, featuring a multimedia portfolio of seven brands across baseball, golf, hockey, lacrosse, skiing and soccer — a podcast network and two Emmy-nominated TV shows that reach the most passionate and affluent sports markets.
To inspire and inform amateur athletes and their supporters by sharing compelling stories and insightful advice to help further their development throughout their careers.
Meet our team
Founder And Chief Executive Officer
Eric Seamans is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Seamans Media, a multimedia entity that focuses on high-level amateur sports in the baseball, golf, hockey, lacrosse, skiing, and soccer space across digital, television, podcast and print platforms. Eric founded the company in 1995 in his parents’ garage at the age of 25 with his father Robert J. Seamans, Sr. (1929-2001) and had grown Seamans Media has grown into one of the largest regional sports media companies in the world.
New England Hockey Journal is founded in a garage in Quincy, Mass., by Eric Seamans and his father, Robert J. Seamans Sr. (1929-2001)
A new title
New England Ski Journal and SkiJournal.com launch.
HockeyJournal.com launches as one of the first-ever regional hockey websites.
Onto the field
New England Lacrosse Journal and LaxJournal.com debut.
Up at bat
New England Baseball Journal and BaseballJournal.com launch.
Moving the boundary
With the start of New York Hockey Journal and NYHockeyJournal.com, Seamans Media expands
beyond New England for the first time.
Onto the pitch
New England Soccer Journal and NESoccerJournal.com premiere.
A bigger platform
The New England Hockey Journal TV show
debuts on Comcast SportsNet New England.
New England Ski Journal publishes its first Summer and Fall Editions and launches a TV show in prime time on Comcast SportsNet New England.
New England Hockey Journal TV moves to New England Sports Network (NESN), home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox.
Seamans Media undergoes a major business model change and embraces a digital-first strategy with a paywall for the first time. New websites roll out for New England Hockey Journal, New England Soccer Journal and New York Hockey Journal.
The change continues
New websites, along with a paywall, arrive for New England Lacrosse Journal and New England Baseball Journal.
Another new platform
Seamans Media launches its first podcast and builds a state-of-the-art podcast studio at its headquarters in Milton, Mass.
Building the network
Seamans Media launches a podcast network, with relaunched programs for hockey (“RinkWise”), lacrosse (“Chasing the Goal”) and baseball (“The Base Path”) and soccer (“The Goal”) originating from its new podcast studio.
Onto the green
New England Golf Journal and NEGolfJournal.com
debut as the seventh title for Seamans Media.