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Streaming on social benefits everyone involved – but are we moving too quickly?

Last week, Spain’s top football league, La Liga, streamed a live game on Facebook Live. They plan to stream one game a week on the platform. The week before, it

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Wayne Shaw’s Pie-eating antics a further warning to clubs about access to their players

On Monday night, one of the great British sporting sights played out in a small suburb of south London. If the FA Cup is loved by football fans, it is

Club-produced content works wonders – but only if it’s done right

There’s sport, and then there’s all of the peripheral frills that surround it. From betting on sport and fantasy football, to the simple pleasure of the social experience; watching a

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The NBA killed Twitter wars, but were they right?

Rest in peace, NBA Twitter. Over the weekend, we laid the best of you to rest, never to be enjoyed again. Your life here was far too short, and we

Live streaming will become the norm – but what important pitfalls have we missed?

We all know about the arrival of live streaming sporting events by now. One of the big revelations of 2016 was live video streaming on social media platforms, but if

NHL makes foray into Twitter streaming

This past summer, the NHL was one of the sports leagues to partner with Twitter to bring live content to fans. As part of their agreement, Twitter will stream ten

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Apple partner with Bayern Munich to bring fans closer still to footballers

There has always been some sort of a link between music and football – a working class sport and a working class sound going hand in hand through style and

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Monthly Podcast #2: January’s digital sport news & views with Niall Coen and Taylor Bloom

In the first monthly show of 2017, where we take a look at the campaigns, technology releases, trends and news that happened in the last month.

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Man United and Twitter update their relationship status

The headlines read ‘Paul Pogba becomes the first player to have his own Twitter emoji’. That was Friday afternoon, when the news broke, and indeed on Saturday morning, in the

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Captain Morgan’s and Captain Morgan – a lesson in seizing the moment

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