Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-Up 24/03/17

March Madness doesn’t disappoint The first weekend of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament wrapped up on Sunday. Despite some

Adidas’s ditching of TV shows the digital revolution is moving on apace

The digital revolution is growing at pace. And televising it is not on the agenda. Not for Adidas, anyway, according

streetfootballworld and Dark Horses to collaborate on UN project

After a competitive pitch, streetfootballworld has appointed Dark Horses to launch a new project that connects the football industry to

Durham’s fightback begins off the pitch

It was brutal. After accepting £3.8m in financial aid from the ECB last year, Durham’s punishment was relegation and a

Barcelona unveil new Hub to stimulate innovation in Sport

Over the past decade, FC Barcelona has established itself as one of the world’s most powerful football clubs. Their success

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Innovation in Digital Sport – Meet the Speakers: Dan McLaren

This is our series of interviews with the speakers at the upcoming DigitalSport.co event: Innovation in Digital Sport. We talk

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Pushing the boundaries: Social Media, MLS, and the rise of Snark

The following is a guest article from Richard Clarke, a sports digital consultant, who blogs at MrRichardClarke.com and tweets @MrRichardClarke. He ponders whether he is suffering from an acute attack of the frequency illusion* or “snark” is everywhere right now.

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Time to get serious: In defence of football’s Fan Channels

This is a guest post by Neil Smythe, previously Head of Sport at Shotglass / Fremantle Media who gives his unique insight into the workings of football’s unofficial fan channels and presents a case for their defence. Follow him on Twitter @NeilSmythe The recent Gary Neville / ArsenalFanTV saga has reignited the debate about football fan channels, with their content, talent,