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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

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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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Arsenal social media team sums up the mood around the club

If you’re an Arsenal fan, watching the Gunners’ 3-0 Premier League defeat to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Monday night will have evoked the kind of feelings that you

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The inside track on SXSW 2017 with Richard Ayers & Richard Clarke [podcast]

With South By South West (SXSW) having taken place at the start of the month, I thought I’d bring in two people who are regular visitors to the event in Austin, Texas and who both spoke at this year.

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Wayne Shaw’s Pie-eating antics a further warning to clubs about access to their players

On Monday night, one of the great British sporting sights played out in a small suburb of south London. If the FA Cup is loved by football fans, it is

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Interview with Richard Clarke, former Senior Director of Digital Media & Comms at Colorado Rapids

Richard Clarke has recently returned from the US and a stint with MLS team Colorado Rapids. Prior to this he had been in the Premier League with Arsenal, making him

Barcelona v Real Madrid: Premier League could lose global audience to La Liga sooner rather than later

Over the past few years, the organisers of Spain’s La Liga have been giving their league a shake to appeal to a global audience. The changes have mostly centred around

Trick or Tweeting: the Premier League’s best displays of Halloween spirit

Tonight marks the final night in the month of October, or as it is better known to those prone to mischief and merriment, the long-awaited holiday of Halloween. Partying, pumpkin

Anichebe’s Twitter gaffe reveals who is in charge

Social media has opened up the once-private lives of celebrities and stars, with fans able to gain personal views into their emotions, interactions and travels on a daily basis. The

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When social media interaction goes wrong

Some brands, organisations and rights holders have successfully grasped the notion of using social media platforms to facilitate interaction between talent and fans. The ability for them to reach out directly to

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