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Our Top Insights Into Football Video on YouTube & Facebook

My top takeaways from social video insight experts, Tubular Labs, at ‘Future of Football Video’ industry event in London.

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Why aren’t more sports teams using Facebook instant articles?

This is a guest post by Danis Roberts, Digital Content Manager at Harlequins. When scrolling through Facebook on your phone have you started to see that small lighting bolt icon appear

Why having an engaged audience is better than a big one when it comes to selling merchandise

We’re already past the point where social media is a new phenomenon when it comes to how sports teams communicate with their fans. There may be innovations and trailblazing new

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Tottenham, White Hart Lane, and a reminder of what live-streaming is really for

With all the recent hype over live sporting events on Facebook Live and Twitter, we often forget the other ways in which the platform was envisaged. The clamour for sports

Barcelona’s 50m Instagram followers: Will the others ever catch up?

Spanish football giants FC Barcelona have become the first football club to reach 50m followers on social media platform Instagram. ???? We are now 5️⃣0️⃣ million fans on https://t.co/YlIW7rNkri ????

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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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World Snooker’s Facebook deal shows big possibilities for small sports

Last week’s news that Amazon Prime has taken rights to stream NFL’s Thursday Night Football on its platform means that the world of sport has been talking about broadcasting directly

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Sky Sports acquire Diagonal View and look set to shake up the social media landscape

Last week, Sky announced that they had acquired Diagonal View, a social media content producer, probably best known for the production of the football YouTube channel, The Football Daily. The

Thursday Night Football attracts new proposals

After a successful first year, the NFL is looking to sell streaming rights to Thursday Night Football again. According to close sources, there are at least four major suitors—Twitter, Facebook,

Adidas’s ditching of TV shows the digital revolution is moving on apace

The digital revolution is growing at pace. And televising it is not on the agenda. Not for Adidas, anyway, according to latest quotes from the sportswear giant’s CEO Kasper Rorsted.