Sports podcasts are now everywhere – but we really shouldn’t be surprised

The proliferation of podcasts over the last few years has been massive, so much so that there are too many

West Ham transfer coup might show a new way of buying followers

Over the past few weeks, much has been made about football transfers and the digital numbers behind them. Neymar’s transfer

Deezer scores deal with Squawka for an all-new football podcast

Football fans looking to impress friends with their football knowledge have today been given a lifeline, as global music streaming

Premier League clubs to find new ways of increasing their sponsorship incomes on digital media

As the Premier League returned to the TV screens of football fans around the world last weekend, it also returned

Facebook, sports chat, and a new wave of chat show content

It’s been clear for some time that Facebook is doing all that it can to get into the live-streaming game

Arsenal’s clear summer planning pays dividends for fans

The weekend saw the Premier League return after its summer hiatus, and after two months of transfer announcements and club

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Participation sport can raise its game via smart use of technology

When it comes to sport, some governments focus their attention on the elite side as opposed to the participation or grassroots side. It’s all about medals and winning at the highest level! For example, in late 2016, Sport England (the body responsible for getting more people active) announced £88 million in grassroots sport funding over the proceeding four years. This

How the arrival of South African teams in the Pro14 will boost social media engagement

This is a guest post by Trev Keane MD of fan data and analysis experts SportEgo.ie. This last saw week saw huge news break in the world of rugby as North and South combined to create history. The newly named Guinness Pro14, the latest evolution of the Celtic league, will see two new teams and a new structure. South African franchises, the