Wimbledon 2014: A Digital Review

At the last Digital Sport London event we were lucky enough to have with us the AELTC’s Content & Communication Manager Alexandra Willis who gave some great insights and stats from this year’s championships [slides included]

4 Things We Learnt from the Glasgow 2014 Opening Ceremony

The 2014 Commonwealth Games kicked off on Wednesday night with 4,950 athletes, 2,000 performers, 71 Scottie dogs and 1 awkward baton. As always, Twitter users were not shy in voicing their opinions with over a quarter of a million tweets posted during the ceremony.

City’s fan engagement loud and clear with social media voice messaging service

Barclays Premier League Champions, Manchester City, have expanded their global social media presence by joining the leading voice messaging service, Bubbly.

The Hidden Value Of Vine

Guest post from Tom Kelk on the value of Vine and the introduction of the new ‘loop count’ to track the number of times your Vine’s are getting played.

#DSLondon 10 with The Football League & Wimbledon [event]

This month’s Digital Sport London brings insights from the sports of football and tennis, with an interesting Q&A and a presentation about last month’s Wimbledon. Join us for a night of learning, fun and networking.

Interview: How the Open Championship is utilising iBeacons, Wi-Fi and storytelling

The Open Championship this year takes place at Royal Liverpool. We spoke with Digital Manager for the R&A, Kevin Bain, about they’ve been working on to engage audiences around the world through digital.

Some memorable moments from the most social World Cup ever!

It’s all over. The most connected World Cup. The most digital World Cup. The most social World Cup…ever. But with everyone from sponsors to sports stars, brands to broadcasters clambering over themselves to tap into the Brazilian buzz, what made you smile or share?

Manchester United launch ‘Social Media Hub’

Manchester United have been slowly expanding their efforts on social media with a new release that brings together all their channels into one place with their new Social Media Hub

Inside Two Circles: Chatting Data & Sport with the BTSIA Agency of the Year 2014

We caught up with one of our #DSLondon speakers, Phil Stephan from Two Circles, to talk about the business, data and sport in an exclusive interview for UKSN.

Arsenal breaks 4m fans to become 3rd most followed sports team on Twitter

Over the last 12 months Arsenal have seen a rise in follower numbers on Twitter launch from 2.2m to just over 4m. This makes them the third most followed sports

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