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Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-Up 19/05/2016

BBC Sport goes 360° at Wembley What’s it like to experience a big game at Wembley Stadium? BBC Sport have provided an insight into the famous ground by releasing an exclusive 360° video

Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-up 13/05/2016

Manchester United launch new away shirt via Facebook Live In a trend that is becoming increasingly common and will likely become mainstream before long, Manchester United has launched its 2016/2017

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PSG earns the most money per social media follower

French football giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) earn the most money out of a single social media follower despite just making it into the top 10 on total social media numbers. According

Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-up 04/03/2016

Vans turn 50 To celebrate turning 50 this year, Californian skateboard brand Vans is organising a series of events across the world from 16 March through to March 19. Ten cities

Under Armour varies its target in second wave of campaign

After launching the campaign “Rule Yourself” six months ago which included a collection of ads featuring Stephen Curry, Jordan Spieth, Misty Copeland and Tom Brady, US apparel brand Under Amour

Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-up 12/02/2016

33 custom emojis to cover the NBA All-Star Weekend Ahead of the NBA All-Star weekend which kicks off in Toronto over the weekend, Twitter has rolled out 33 custom emojis dedicated to

FC Bayern top Chinese social media table… again

Today the Shanghai based digital agency, Mailman Group, released their 5th annual Red Card report. Analysing the top European football team’s digital success in China. Their aim is to provide an independent

Snapchat launches official story dedicated to a Premier League game

In another development underlining Snapchat’s enormous potential in the world of sport, the platform unveiled it’s first ever story officially dedicated to the Premier League match between Newcastle United and

Football giant seals deal with Chinese media platform

Football giants Manchester United will become the first English football club to have a dedicated 24/7 channel broadcast in Mainland China after signing a deal with Chinese sports media platform

Manchester United pass 60m fan mark on Facebook, but what does that mean to the club?

Manchester United are today celebrating hitting another Facebook milestone, this time having 60m fans on their page. But 60m is just a number right. Does it actually mean anything to the club? This is what I put to new Manchester United social media manager, Nick Coppack