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Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-Up 26/8/16

Snapchat and Gatorade to deliver live scores to High School sport Snapchat is set to bring real-time geofilters to High School American football games in the U.S. The California-based platform recently tested real-time scores

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How do you make your brand more global? Nike show the answer is making it more local

How do you build global brand? That’s easy. Be more local. Having a global appeal doesn’t mean having one appeal that speaks to everyone. The world is simply too diverse

Will Facebook ever have the real-time audience it craves?

The advent of social media has changed our lives over the past decade, but one of the biggest changes has come in how we consume sport. Sports fans – particularly

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The players who owned the Euro2016 conversation

Social media was once again the place to live and breathe every second of the tournament action when Euro 2016 enthralled audiences across the world over the course of a

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Somerset Cricket introduce live replay technology on social media

A new partnership between Somerset County Cricket Club and technology providers My Action Replay has allowed the club to share instant video highlights across social media during Pakistan’s warm-up game

VR startup Laduma rolls out unique 360-degree content for Wimbledon

Wimbledon has unveiled an incredible 360-degree video experience to discover the All England Club from an exclusive perspective. The video –  produced in partnership with Laduma – is a 360-degree virtual

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Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-Up 25/6/16

Manchester City joins messenger Man City have launched a Messenger Bot to give supporters a City perspective on the latest news and topics surrounding the team. Subscribers can opt-in to receive

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EUROs teams as seen in the ‘digisphere’

With football clubs like Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Manchester City and Juventus paving a way forward in the ‘digisphere’, particularly in the 2015/2016 season, we’ve come to expect big things

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Queen Serena the highest paid female athlete but not yet the most popular

Serena Williams may have just been announced as the highest paid female athlete according to Forbes but she still can’t crack it when it comes to being the most popular on

La Liga to become first European football league to broadcast match via Facebook Live

LaLiga and Grabyo will live stream Atletico Madrid v Athletic of the Spanish Women’s First Division to Facebook on Saturday 28th May at 11.45am (CEST). This match will be the first competitive football fixture to be live streamed to Facebook by a European football league