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Chris McMullan
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Chris is a sports journalist and a regular contributor to Digital Sport - follow him on Twitter @CJMcMullan91

Man City and Bayern Munich add a personal touch for fans around the world

It’s no secret that the sporting world is getting smaller. Social media, a globalised economy and, frankly, the internet in general all mean that everyone around the world has the

Barcelona’s 50m Instagram followers: Will the others ever catch up?

Spanish football giants FC Barcelona have become the first football club to reach 50m followers on social media platform Instagram. ???? We are now 5️⃣0️⃣ million fans on https://t.co/YlIW7rNkri ????

EFL’s iFollow to bring overseas fans of lower league football every live game next season

The English Football League yesterday announced its new iFollow service, a new digital platform to provide coverage of the Championship, League One and League Two football to fans outside of

Napoli becomes the first club to team up with Tinder

After selling Gonzalo Higuain to Juventus for one of the biggest transfer fees in footballing history, Napoli looked to have lost their talisman. They spent their money wisely, though, bringing

Pixellot and Prozone partner to provide coaches with all they need to boost performance

Sport is big business, as we all know, but success on the field is usually linked with success off it. As a result, it’s more and more important to fine

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Why is sport lagging behind other industries on piracy?

One of the most pressing issues that the biggest sporting events – and mostly Premier League football – have to worry about is piracy. Illegal streaming isn’t just something that

Twitter’s new live streaming haul hints at the company’s strategy

Whereas on-demand content has started to become the new normal for most people when consuming entertainment, TV shows and films, there is clearly an ever-growing scramble from social media platforms

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The challenge of serving up fault-free live and on-demand sports video content to fans online

This is a guest post by Richard Brandon, CMO, Edgeware – a tech company offering high-quality online streaming solutions. New ways of delivering video content via the internet, whether live

Arsenal and Man City show that football clubs are becoming content curators too

It’s all about curating news, at the moment. Not only does it seem like Facebook and Twitter have become curators of all of the day’s news, but sports teams are

French football is taking a leaf out of Spain’s book and competing with the Premier League

Today, the French professional football league, the LFP, set out its strategy for expanding its brand and competing with its rivals around the world. Across Europe, football leagues are progressing