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Why is sport lagging behind other industries on piracy?

One of the most pressing issues that the biggest sporting events – and mostly Premier League football – have to worry about is piracy. Illegal streaming isn’t just something that

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Amazon’s NFL deal paves the way for a sports rights arms race between streaming companies

After its season-long stretch of streaming Thursday Night Football on Twitter, the NFL’s new online home for midweek games will be Amazon from next season, after the online retail company

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Amazon is plotting the end of traditional sports broadcasting

In what could be the final nail in the coffin for declining traditional sports broadcasters, the The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that Amazon has been in talks

Netflix rides earnings boost into possible ESPN deal

On the back of a quarterly earnings report on Monday that exceeded analyst expectations with sales that broke $2 billion (~£1.63B) for the first time, Netflix might have its sights

Are Discovery the latest provider to aim to launch the ‘Netflix of Sport’

The other week, we wrote about the exciting possibilities the new ‘Netflix of Sport’ would present for the online streaming of sport in the future. The German company behind that

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Are Amazon about to venture into the world of live sport broadcasting?

There have been rumours surrounding the broadcasting rights to some very big live sports for a while now. And quite a bit of that chatter seems to be popping up

The ‘Netflix of Sport’ is the game changer everyone has been waiting for

The sports industry is a huge money-spinner. From the grass-fed cash-cow that is the Premier League to almost any other sports league or team you can think of, someone will

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What can make traditional broadcasters relevant again?

Ok, ok, so the title may be a little harsh. But regardless of your viewpoint on the broadcaster/agency/digital platform paradigm, there’s no denying that traditional broadcasters are on a collision