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Sports Media Fragmentation and Hacking The Game

This is a guest post by Will Pyne, Chief Creative Officer at Digital Media and Social Media Broadcaster, Brave Bison. Facebook has been tipped to win the rights to broadcast

RESULT Sports ranks football clubs and their power on social media

Twice a year – once on the turn of the calendar year, and once at the end of the European football season – German digital communication and marketing experts RESULT

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Sunday Wrap: What’s hot in Digital Sport this week

This week, the football transfer window opened across Europe. Whilst it had been open in Britain for a few weeks, deals between clubs happen all over the continent, and we’re

Wimbledon, Twitter and the age of video highlights

As Wimbledon starts, it’s clear that this is an event which will be heavily followed on social media. For the last decade, that’s been increasingly obvious, but as Facebook and

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The Club Website: Changing With The Times

It’s telling, if unsurprising, that when ask people to name their favourite websites, none mention the team they support or an official sports body. Here’s an article I first wrote for FC Business Magazine on the opportunities for clubs through their sites.

Could the Premier League ever ditch broadcasters and stream live games itself?

When the Premier League comes to negotiate price with broadcasters for the next TV rights cycle, it will do so on the back of some concerning numbers. And this at

Arsenal’s social media on point as they manage to make something out of nothing

Arsenal announced the signing of the Bosnian defender Sead Kolasinac in a deal we all knew was coming: the former Schalke 04 player was out of contract and set to

Chelsea launch Antonio Conte Twitter emoji to celebrate title success

It’s Friday morning, and that can only mean one thing: it’s almost the weekend. And if you’re a Chelsea fan, you’re probably feeling more chirpy than most today. Let’s face

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Why having an engaged audience is better than a big one when it comes to selling merchandise

We’re already past the point where social media is a new phenomenon when it comes to how sports teams communicate with their fans. There may be innovations and trailblazing new

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Tottenham, White Hart Lane, and a reminder of what live-streaming is really for

With all the recent hype over live sporting events on Facebook Live and Twitter, we often forget the other ways in which the platform was envisaged. The clamour for sports