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The following is a guest article from Richard Clarke, a sports digital consultant, who blogs at MrRichardClarke.com and tweets @MrRichardClarke. He ponders whether he is suffering from an acute attack of the frequency illusion* or “snark” is everywhere right now.
There’s a ritual to watching sport. If you’re going to a game, you’ll have your own one beforehand. But even if you’re watching on TV there’s a routine: you watch
Everton football club are at a bit of a disadvantage these days. Their stadium – if historic and atmospheric – is old and creaking. They are falling behind their rivals
Leicester City’s Premier League title success seems like a distant memory at this point. The social media age allows for mass reaction to huge events before the fade into the
2016 was the year when Twitter pushed the limits of its engagement with live sport. Ever since its inception, Twitter has been the one social network that lends itself perfectly
Issues around holding the broadcast rights to sporting events can force people to get creative. If you’re unable to show a goal or a touchdown, then use your imagination and
Barcelona v Real Madrid: Premier League could lose global audience to La Liga sooner rather than later
Over the past few years, the organisers of Spain’s La Liga have been giving their league a shake to appeal to a global audience. The changes have mostly centred around