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Virtual Worlds in Australian Sport

No longer a pipe dream of years gone by, AR and VR is at our fingertips, and sport is an industry that is seeing some of the biggest uptake. Brisbane Heat’s Pete Lock gives us an Australian perspective.

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Our Top Insights Into Football Video on YouTube & Facebook

My top takeaways from social video insight experts, Tubular Labs, at ‘Future of Football Video’ industry event in London.

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PSV Eindhoven and Sunderland bring kit launches back to the fans

In the intervening period between two football seasons, a busy summer takes place. New signings and other preparations for the season ahead have to happen, and new kits are launched,

Wimbledon launch campaign in an attempt to marry tradition with modernity

It’s June and the sun is shining, strawberries are in season, and we’ve just watched Rafael Nadal lift a trophy aloft on a clay court. Some things never change. And

Could the Premier League ever ditch broadcasters and stream live games itself?

When the Premier League comes to negotiate price with broadcasters for the next TV rights cycle, it will do so on the back of some concerning numbers. And this at

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Ball Street’s summer YouTuber cup shows the value of sponsorship over advertising

You may know Ball Street as a football YouTube channel, but their place in the fan-led football media is a leading one. Over the last few years, fan content has

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Formula One to launch new OTT service to bring fans more digital content

When Liberty Media bought Formula One a few months ago, the sport was falling behind massively when it came to digital output. It wasn’t for lack of will on the

Arsenal’s social media on point as they manage to make something out of nothing

Arsenal announced the signing of the Bosnian defender Sead Kolasinac in a deal we all knew was coming: the former Schalke 04 player was out of contract and set to

Adidas partner with Chinese government to teach children football skills

Adidas have partnered with China’s Ministry of Education and TV channel China Education Television to teach footballing skills to Chinese children. 365 three-minute videos will be produced and aimed at

Symbiotic relationships between sports teams and media outlets hint at bigger questions

Under new owners Liberty Media, Formula One has begun to embrace social media and digital progression much more than it ever has before. This season has seen the lifting of