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New report from Grabyo on ‘Building Global Sports Brands in a Digital World’

Today Grabyo launches ‘Building Global Sports Brands in a Digital World: Connecting with Mobile/Social Audiences Through Native Video.’ a report exploring how native video can be used to connect audiences across the globe and build global sports brands.

US Open ups ante with tech to increase fan experience

From what we’ve seen from the major tennis tournaments over the past few years, it seems as if they’re all in a race against each other to see who can

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NBCSport.com releases digital platform re-design

Many platforms implement slowly changing features to come into line with sports services offering a more integrated platform however NBCSport have meant business with their entire site redesign

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How the Meerkat linkup with GoPro is going to lead to some extreme livestreaming

Meerkat announced at Vidcon last month their new capability to pair with a GoPro for mobile live streaming. This move could make a big change to their position in the fight with the Twitter owned live streaming app Periscope.

Everton renew agreement with ticket marketplace StubHub

Everton has renewed its agreement with StubHub until the end of the 2016/17 season. This means that StubHub will remain the Club’s official ticket marketplace for at least the next two seasons.

Investec allows fans to get even closer to the Ashes

On the eve of the fourth Ashes test, series’ sponsor Investec have further unveiled their platform which allows avid cricket fans and statistic nuts to get even closer to the action, the Investec Test Tracker

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Wimbledon round-up: Video statistics

  Now that the smoke has cleared over SW19, the turnstiles become still and the hill falls silent. But this is when the real hard work starts for the crew

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Henley Regatta’s Digital Revolution

For the first time since 1968, Henley Regatta was broadcast live. Sounds pretty standard fare for any sporting event, but with its own dedicated YouTube channel, HD footage, live action on BBC red button and a drone (yes – a drone!), this was Regatta 2015-style.

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GoPro offers unique perspective of 2015 Tour de France

This year’s Tour de France has been using GoPro to really bring fans to the heart of the action. The ultimate way to see the race from the riders point-of-view, to really appreciate the speed and danger they face.

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Making the most of Digital: Top 10 tips

Former Head of Media at Wasps, Ali Donnelly gives her tips on how amateur clubs can make the most of their digital work. These tips are based on a presentation she gave to women’s rugby representatives from
around England