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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

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How sports teams and brands are using 360-degree video

In November 2015, Real Madrid was the first sports team in the world to use Facebook’s 360-degree video feature, taking fans on to the training pitch. Fast forward five months and

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Just when we thought Facebook changed the game, Twitter goes and actually does it

With all the buzz around Facebook’s live streaming service, we almost forgot about it’s relatively stagnating sibling Twitter. And it’s fair to say that before the big announcement on Tuesday

FC Barcelona gets creative with El Clasico content

One of the most anticipated games of each season played out on Saturday, the El Clasico in Spain between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. With Real Madrid signing an agreement

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How are sports teams using Facebook’s live streaming service?

With Facebook’s live streaming service still very much in its infancy, sports teams and organisations are still configuring how best to use the platform. And they seem to be stuck

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UK High Court decides that 8 second video infringes copyright

In what may be classed as a landmark ruling for social video platforms like Vine and Snapchat, a UK High Court judge has ruled that reproducing eight seconds of a

Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-up 11/03/2016

Facebook chases NFL streaming rights With its live streaming service now picking up a huge amount of momentum, Facebook has reportedly inquired about the broadcast rights of the NFL in a

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Facebook’s live streaming service can change the broadcasting game

If the lines between rights of the broadcasters, sporting organizations, sports federations and digital platforms weren’t already blurred, the widespread arrival of Facebook’s live streaming service will have definitely done

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Talking the Future of Sports and the Digital Revolution with Alan Wolk

From rights fees and fragmenting audiences to livestreaming, 2nd screen and social platforms, seemingly everything is up for grabs. When it comes to the new realities of broadcasting, there’s no better person to speak with than Alan Wolk

The big winners from Super Bowl 50

America’s “big game” is not only one of the most important days on the country’s sporting calendar, but also for brands. Taking into consideration that during last year’s Super Bowl,