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Digital Sport London: Get up to speed on our next three events

Looking at football (both women’s and men’s) as well as cricket, get up to speed on our next three events.

Man City study shows media coverage key to growing women’s football

New study shows that media coverage more than grassroots intiatives will have greatest effect on long-term growth of the women’s game.

Panini Enlist Snack Media To Bring Premier League Sticker Album To Life Online

Panini to activate Premier League rights with Playmaker FC.

Cricket World Cup final could be on free to air as power of digital proves compelling

Talks between the ICC and Sky Sports to make the final free to air are reportedly ongoing.

The World Cup must act as a catalyst for women’s football to turn casual fans into passionate ones

The next step for women’s football is to turn casual interest in the World Cup into fans of the Women’s Super League.

Premier League fixture announcement is a wake up call for brands and publishers

The Premier League fixtures have been announced, now’s the time for brands and publishers to start working together.

Digital Sport London: The importance of choosing the right path to grow women’s football

Digital Sport London’s aims for Growing Women’s Football – our July event.

Netball Super League launches new website as England Netball partner with Sotic

VNSL gets new website after England Netball partner with digital agency Sotic.

Backlash felt by Three UK shows ambush marketing is risky at Women’s World Cup

Ambush marketing always takes place at major sporting events – but will brands think twice this time if they’re not already stumping up cash to support the women’s game?

Is BT Sport’s approach to the Champions League final really the future of sports broadcasting?

BT will make the Champions League final available in almost every conceivable platform – except traditional linear TV for the most part.