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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_

Formula One allows videos of testing to be posted on social media for the first time

As reported on Motorsport.com, Formula 1 teams are now allowed to post video from the first week of testing in Barcelona to their social media channels. #F1Testing, Day 1: afternoon

FC Bayern’s new TV channel app highlights football club’s new fan engagement strategies

FC Bayern Munich has become the first German football club to launch its own TV channel, FCBayern.tv. 27 February 1900. The top German football club, Bayern Munich, was founded. pic.twitter.com/gAQhoBfU6o

Streaming on social benefits everyone involved – but are we moving too quickly?

Last week, Spain’s top football league, La Liga, streamed a live game on Facebook Live. They plan to stream one game a week on the platform. The week before, it

BT Sport to show FIFA 17 eSports games, bringing the sector to the mainstream

As the world of eSports has grown exponentially over the past few months, it may well have become mainstream today, after BT Sport sealed a deal to bring EA Sports’

Wayne Shaw’s Pie-eating antics a further warning to clubs about access to their players

On Monday night, one of the great British sporting sights played out in a small suburb of south London. If the FA Cup is loved by football fans, it is

Everton’s search for innovative partnerships takes in The Open Championship

Everton football club are at a bit of a disadvantage these days. Their stadium – if historic and atmospheric – is old and creaking. They are falling behind their rivals

La Liga live streams games on Facebook and bites back against the Premier League

With the news that more and more sports are taking advantage of Facebook’s live streaming service to take advantage of their billions of users as a huge worldwide audience, it

Club-produced content works wonders – but only if it’s done right

There’s sport, and then there’s all of the peripheral frills that surround it. From betting on sport and fantasy football, to the simple pleasure of the social experience; watching a

Time to get serious: In defence of football’s Fan Channels

This is a guest post by Neil Smythe, previously Head of Sport at Shotglass / Fremantle Media who gives his unique insight into the workings of football’s unofficial fan channels and

Live streaming will become the norm – but what important pitfalls have we missed?

We all know about the arrival of live streaming sporting events by now. One of the big revelations of 2016 was live video streaming on social media platforms, but if