UKSN Presents: Interview with AS Roma’s Shergul Arshad

We speak to AS Roma’s digital man Shegul Arshad about the clubs journey in social media, being the first club on Pinterest and players coming to terms with Twitter in Italy

The State of Sport on Social Media – how the SFA & Scottish Athletics use social

As part of Social Media Week in Glasgow, Mark and his colleagues hosted a Social Media & Sport event which included speakers from Scottish Athletics, The Scottish FA and Supporters Direct. Here is a recap of what happened.

England players face Twitter ban ahead of games

Today it has been announced by The FA that England players will be expected to sign up to a ‘code of conduct’. It not only covers Twitter and Facebook but everything from use of video games, mobile phones and personal endorsements.

talkSPORT Live To Broadcast Via Twitter

talkSPORT Live has joined up with Twitter to bring free, live commentary of the world’s best soccer league, the Barclays Premier League, to users for the first time this weekend (20th October)

Spurs set out how they will use Social Media this Season

We are seeing more clubs having a clear goal as to why they are on social media platforms which is half the battle. Know the ‘why’ and the rest will fall into place much easier.

AC Milan to host first Google+ Hangout with Daniele Massaro

AC Milan are going to be hosting their first Hangout with former player Daniele Massaro on Monday 15th October at 4pm (UK).

Show your #Support and Get Involved @VauxhallEngland

Vauxhall, the England team sponsor, is encouraging fans to show their #support and get involved via their dedicated England football twitter account, @VauxhallEngland.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Local Language Posting

An area within social which is taking up more conversations is how sports clubs, and even players, should be communicating with their fans using different languages. Here we look into it in more detail

Timo Glock, Marussia F1 and Social Media

We had the chance the other week to tour the HQ of one of the newest teams on Formula 1, Marussia. On top of this we spoke to Timo Glock, Sporting Director Graham Lowden and Head of HR Katie Allen about how social media impacts on the team.

Should Sports Stars Use Twitter?

2012 has been a busy year for Twitter; the London Olympics saw an unprecedented amount of Tweets and, in amongst all the big names Tweeting, controversy has kept the social media tool in the news.

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