In what could be the final nail in the coffin for declining traditional sports broadcasters, the The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that Amazon has been in talks
Not long ago, I read an article in The Drum written by digital consultant Chris Bishop and entitled ‘Why English football sucks at fan engagement – and Americans are in
The Dallas Mavericks last week became the first team in the NBA to join streaming formats Roku, Live.ly and Musical.ly, as sports teams rush to engage audiences by seeking out
Interview: Peter Fitzboydon, Chief Executive at London Sport, on harnessing tech to get 1m more people active
Dan recently represented DigitalSport.co on a panel at London Sport’s 2.0 event at the BFI IMAX theatre in London and afterwards sat down with their Chief Executive, and self-professed data and tech geek, Peter Fitzboyden, to talk digital & sport.
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Thanks to Audioboom for hosting this podcast at their studio in London. In this episode Dan spoke with Ben Wells about his thoughts about sport in the digital era, and where it needs to get to.
There are a few certainties in life: death, taxes, and an unending release cycle of Snapchat clones. Last week, Facebook unveiled its latest attempt in the form of Flash, less
Guest author Fiona Stones asks the question, Should an athlete opt for a publicist or publisher? A great long read.
If you want an innovative footballing VR experience, you should head to Brighton and Hove Albion’s Amex Stadium this weekend. The Championship football club are planning to offer fans in