Posts From Chris McMullan

Chris McMullan
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Chris is a sports journalist and editor of Digital Sport - follow him on Twitter @CJMcMullan_

Quality, price, latency or piracy – what are the biggest issues for OTT and live streaming?

What did we learn from Digital Sport London’s November event on OTT?

Goal expands reach in China after signing new partnership with Sina Sports

Publisher Goal.com has signed a deal with Sina Sports to expand its reach in China.

Strategy of Champions: How Surrey Cricket celebrated County Championship victory online

With a membership of over 11,000, Surrey Cricket is one of the biggest county teams in the country, and despite the fact that only Yorkshire have more County Championship wins,

Value for Money: Putting a £ sign on social media posts with AI-driven platform Vensy

Our understanding of the value of social media is changing rapidly, but the next big breakthrough could be our ability to put a monetary value on each post.

Eleven Sports’ El Clasico coverage to be fronted by YouTube star Spencer Owen

Eleven Sports bring Spanish language commentary to La Liga games, while Spencer Owen will front the coverage of El Clasico this weekend.

DSLondon – What can US and UK Sports learn from each other?

What US and UK Sports can learn from each other – October’s Digital Sport London event.

FC Bayern launch lite version of their website for fans with poor internet connections

FC Bayern launched a lite version of their website as access to good internet connections is brought into the spotlight.

Not the time for posts: What do players do on social media when results go wrong?

When results go wrong on the pitch, what should players be posting off it? Atheer Al-Salim of Ear to the Ground investigates.

House of Highlights, Organic Growth and Getting the Brand Balance Right

House of Highlights went from nothing to 10.6m Instagram followers. The next step is to bring brands on board – how will they negotiate the tricky world of sponsorship?

The Premier League launches its own esports league – the ePL

The Premier League has launched its esports league – the ePL – and shows being big and professional means you don’t have to be the first to innovate.