Sports media giant ESPN will again go through a round of layoffs, this time cutting on-screen talent. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch reported Sunday that ESPN will have “significant cost-cutting” for the
Recently I headed for my first ever visit to the All England Lawn Tennis Club, the home of the Wimbledon Championships, to chat with Alexandra Willis about all things tennis, digital and listening to their audience.
Thanks to Audioboom for hosting this podcast at their studio in London. In this episode Dan spoke with Ben Wells about his thoughts about sport in the digital era, and where it needs to get to.
Guest author Fiona Stones asks the question, Should an athlete opt for a publicist or publisher? A great long read.
Formula 1 is one of the highest profile, most glamorous, and almost certainly the most technologically advanced sports. It’s also one of the most challenging live television productions to pull off,
Unilad to stream MMA action After streaming the Homeless World Cup earlier in the year, Unilad has signed a test deal with the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts to