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Borussia Dortmund re-launch OTT platform BVB-TV with Sportradar

Borussia Dortmund launch new OTT platform with the help of Sportradar.

Eleven Sports to show 2018 PGA Championship for free across multiple platforms

The live-streaming platform has added to another big sporting event to its portfolio – this time golf’s final major of the year.

World Cup data from Goal shows Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are still unbeatable despite early exits

Football’s big two still lead the way in the content stakes despite disappointing World Cups with their countries.

Another coup for Facebook as it buys up rights to Champions League games in Brazil

The speculation and innuendo around live-streaming giants knocking traditional broadcasters off their perch when it comes to snapping up rights to the world’s biggest sporting events is unending. It is

NFL rumours hint that Amazon want to be more than a Premier League broadcaster

Amazon is extending its reach in sport, but recent mumblings around the NFL might show that the plan is to be more than just a broadcaster.

Why podcasts are taking over World Cup 2018

The World Cup always sees a technology break through into the mainstream. This tournament might be the rise of the podcast.

Amazon and Netflix force France’s top broadcasters to pool resources – what does it mean for sport?

As France’s top broadcast names create their own answer to Netflix, and Britain’s equivalents ponder doing the same thing, we ask what this means for the future of sports broadcasting.

England v Tunisia viewing figures show how important live streaming is becoming

England’s opening group game drew a serious audience on the BBC. And iPlayer requests shows why providing a choice of viewing methods is so important.

Embracing change is the most crucial hurdle facing the sports industry today

James Massing of NFL International takes a look at the changing face of sports consumption – and explains why changes must be embraced, not resisted.

Only the start: Amazon picks up Premier League rights hinting at more upheaval

Amazon picks up rights to Premier League games as fragmentation increases for football fans in the UK.