Chatograph offers a new level of autograph collectible

Here's a cool new concept in autograph memorabilia and celebrity engagement: Chatograph, a website that allows you to interact with pro athletes and other celebs via social media, with a signed document of your interaction (like the one shown to the left of Christian Okoye) sent to you afterward. Here's more info straight from their press release:

With the continued momentum of social media, introduces the next wave in celebrity engagement by allowing fans to have a personalized interaction with their favorite pro athlete, artist or personality.  Combining social media, star power, and autographed memorabilia, CHATOGRAPH provides authentic one-on-one experiences that fans demand.

Developed by a team of sports marketing executives and professional athletes, CHATOGRAPH provides fans the opportunity to reserve a one-on-one session with their favorite icon and after the celebrity replies via social media, they will receive an authentic autographed 8” x 11” transcript of the interaction!

With a roster of celebrities that includes actors, artists and athletes from the world of pro football, baseball, basketball, hockey and soccer, CHATOGRAPH provides a platform that ensures fans can select the celebrity they want to communicate with. “I love to talk with fans and sign autographs and CHATOGRAPH is an amazing vehicle to do that,” says MLS Legend and future Hall of Fame Goalkeeper Kevin Hartman, the two-time MLS Champion. “To be able to reach the true fans on social media and give them an autographed reminder of our conversation is an awesome idea.”  Hartman has been named as the first celebrity to kick-off CHATOGRAPH on Friday, June 20th to coincide with the World Cup.

With an extensive roster of celebrities available for CHATOGRAPH sessions, corporate partnership opportunities allow brands to leverage the engagements as well. With syndicated digital content and co-branded inventory, corporate partners can sponsor sessions, host celebrity CHATOGRAPH interactions on their own social media platforms, and instantly align with some of the greatest names in the world of sports and entertainment.

Victor Medina is a freelance writer based in Dallas. He is the editor of several websites, and his writing credits include The Dallas Morning News, Yahoo News, and He has served as a Dallas County election judge and on the Board of Directors of The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas. You can follow him on his blog, or on Twitter at @mrvictormedina. He can be reached by email at

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