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

Digital Sport London: The Battleground for New Tech Talent

Digital Sport London’s next event focuses on how sport can learn from other industries where

DAZN collects Premier League rights for Canada as OTT broadcasters go from strength to strength

OTT sports broadcasters are picking up rights all over the place, and DAZN’s acquisition of Premier League rights in Canada is another step forward.

Tottenham go hard on social media to welcome in the new stadium and make it feel like home

Tottenham’s new stadium looks great, but it’s not yet home. Going hard on social media can change that.

YouTube’s biggest influencer football team Hashtag United net Snack Media as Digital Partner

Hashtag United and Snack Media have announced a new partnership.

Key takeaways from Digital Sport London: What Now for Sports Marketing?

With The FA, Bleacher Report, and Fantastec on the panel, we saw some of the industry’s greatest experts talk about the future of sports marketing.

DS London: Sports organisations aren’t competitors, they’re allies in the industry’s fight for share of mind

Digital Sport London is back tomorrow (28th March) for March’s event – What Now for Sport Marketing? With a panel of The FA, Bleacher Report and Fantastec MD Steve Madincea,

Key takeaways from Imagen Technology Summit: The Future of Video

Some thoughts from Imagen’s Future of Video Summit.

Snack Media research reveals only 26% of rugby fans can correctly name official World Cup sponsors

New research reveals how rugby fans will consume the 2019 World Cup.

Sports Technology Awards signs The Sporting Club as new global partner

The Sporting Club will serve as a partner for this year’s Sports Technology Awards.

Ahead of The Players’ Championship, analysis shows how the wind helps Sawgrass bare its teeth

We know that the wind plays a vital role on the 17th tee at Sawgrass. Engineering consultancy WSP show how just how difficult it is.