Football comes out on top in Chinese broadcast report

Football has always been one of the most supported sports in China since professional leagues were created. Nowadays, the government

Facebook Live set to broadcast CPL T20 games

All 34 matches of this year’s Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will be broadcast live on Facebook around the world, via

USA Basketball reveals team via social

On Monday afternoon, USA Basketball revealed the 12 NBA players who will represent Team USA for the Rio Games in

Sacramento Kings’ new arena to experiment with Virtual Reality

Scheduled to open up in October 2016 ahead of the Sacramento Kings NBA season, the Golden 1 Center in all

NFL & Cirque Du Soleil team up for NYC Times Square experience

The NFL and Cirque du Soleil have announced a partnership for the creation of a space dedicated to the most

Copa90 creates unique Euro 2016 animations

Content creators in sport don’t need broadcast rights to be successful, and the remarkable rise of Copa90 is testament to

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What can make traditional broadcasters relevant again?

Ok, ok, so the title may be a little harsh. But regardless of your viewpoint on the broadcaster/agency/digital platform paradigm, there’s no denying that traditional broadcasters are on a collision course with digital platforms when it comes to sport. And, with the current digital climate being what it is, there seems like there’s only going to be one winner. Forecasting

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Enhancing the fan experience the central theme at the World Stadium Congress 2016

The World Stadium Congress 2016 earlier this month in Doha was focused on the 2022 FIFA World Cup and how hosts Qatar can deliver the best ever live sporting event in terms of infrastructure, security and fan experience. The conference and exhibition which I attended attracted high ranking visitors from government departments, trade associations and international vendors and featured presentations from organisations