ITV will be sharing near-live highlights of the FIFA World Cup to ITV.com and social platforms following a deal with Grabyo, the real-time video company
Insights from Grabyo CEO Gareth Capon, looking at how Social TV (and primarily Twitter Amplify) is changing the game for sports rights holders. Taken from their latest report which you can download from the link within the article.
A new partnership between Bloomberg Sports, OneTwoSee and LG Electronics has been announced, and is set to bring real time interactive statistics and advanced analytics to fans TV Screens alongside MLB games
Guest Post: With BT Sport’s recent link up with Google Chromecast, could the platform be the perfect partner for sports in the UK?
In probably the biggest month for basketball in the US and the UK, with the NCAA Tournament and the BUCS Championship both taking place. We decided to catch up with ESPN to see how the game of basketball has grown online in the UK.
Twitter announces deal with Mediapro Agency and Liga de Fútbol Profesional to show La Liga highlights on the platform via their Twitter Amplify product
This week saw us run the first ever UKSN ‘Digital Sport London’, a move into looking beyond just social media but the greater impact the digital innovation has had (as is still doing so) on the Sports Industry. Here is a look at those presentations we saw.
Simon Greenberg (Global Head of Right at News Corp) and Oliver Slipper, joint-Chief Executive of Perform) have come out saying that rights-holders are holding back growth of sports content consumption on mobile and the internet. Are they right?