Perhaps the biggest threat in all areas of sport is short-termism. From athletes and coaches cast aside because of a run of poor form to short-sightedness in the more business-oriented
This week, two developments look set to shake up the landscape ahead of the next bidding war for Premier League broadcast rights. In the US, NBC announced that they would
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.
Scottish football has had a lean spell over the last few years. The national side hasn’t made it to a major international tournament since 1998, and they were the only
One of speakers at #FECbrighton, Mario Leo of RESULT Sports, has released a new study looking at sports organisations and those involved with eSports. You can see the current list here…
Manchester City are a football club who always seem to be at the forefront of digital innovation: always testing out emerging technologies or new trends to see if they might
Only days after parting company with partner McDonald’s the International Olympic Committee has, quite literally, swapped fries for chips, teaming up with Intel in a partnership due to run until
So, how about that local sports team? When you’re a top young basketball star signing for a new club, a social media post expressing excitement is surely the best policy.
No longer a pipe dream of years gone by, AR and VR is at our fingertips, and sport is an industry that is seeing some of the biggest uptake. Brisbane Heat’s Pete Lock gives us an Australian perspective.
UFC are to incorporate real-time statistics into the coverage of their fights for the first time, aiming to give their fans a better understanding of the bout they’re watching. Modern