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Will the threat from live-streaming force broadcasters to pay even more for the Premier League

As the Premier League kicks off this weekend, and we tune in to watch on Sky Sports and BT Sport, with highlights on BBC’s Match of the Day over the

Amazon secures tennis in first major live sports deal outside of US

Amazon will be the ‘Prime’ destination for tennis fans from 2018 when the current deal with Sky comes to end according to The Guardian. In its first sports move outside

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

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

Arsenal Football Club bring live match commentary to a connected device near you

“Alexa, open Arsenal!” As Amazon’s Echo, the wireless speaker which connects you to your home entertainment systems from across the room, becomes more and more widespread, we’ll see its use

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Amazon’s NFL deal paves the way for a sports rights arms race between streaming companies

After its season-long stretch of streaming Thursday Night Football on Twitter, the NFL’s new online home for midweek games will be Amazon from next season, after the online retail company

Thursday Night Football attracts new proposals

After a successful first year, the NFL is looking to sell streaming rights to Thursday Night Football again. According to close sources, there are at least four major suitors—Twitter, Facebook,

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Amazon is plotting the end of traditional sports broadcasting

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

Are Amazon about to venture into the world of live sport broadcasting?

There have been rumours surrounding the broadcasting rights to some very big live sports for a while now. And quite a bit of that chatter seems to be popping up

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What can make traditional broadcasters relevant again?

Ok, ok, so the title may be a little harsh. But regardless of your viewpoint on the broadcaster/agency/digital platform paradigm, there’s no denying that traditional broadcasters are on a collision

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