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Amazon’s deal with Pro Beach Volleyball is one to keep an eye on

Amazon has snapped up rights to show live beach volleyball in almost every country around the world. It could be a test case to watch for plenty of other sports rights holders.

Verizon to stream live NFL in the US as streaming services continue to grow in stature

Verizon scoops rights to live NFL streaming in five-year deal.

Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Friday 8th December

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How social and OTT platforms are changing sports consumption.

Guest post by Gareth Capon, CEO of Grabyo The way fans consume and experience sports is rapidly evolving. Ratings across TV and linear services continue to fall – but this

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Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Tuesday 5th December

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Perform Group’s Goal.com snaps up UK media rights to the FIFA World Club Cup

Football publisher Goal has snapped up the UK media rights to the FIFA World Club Cup. The now-traditional yearly tournament takes place every December, and features the winners of each

Why tennis could be at the forefront of merging live-streaming with TV

We’re moving into a new era of sports and media rights, and it doesn’t take a genius to see that coming. The rise of social media live-streaming has led to

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Liverpool add daily club briefing video to Echo Show to keep fans abreast of news

Liverpool have announced that they will become the first Premier League football club to enable a video flash briefing on Amazon’s new Echo Show which, just like the Echo and

Amazon sign up with ATP to stream World Tour events exclusively live

ATP and ATP Media have secured two new deals with Amazon Prime to stream live and on-demand tennis on the platform in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, as

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DraftKings, the new kid on the live-streaming block, will stream EuroLeague basketball in the US

It’s not just Twitter, Facebook and Amazon who are racing to grab the media rights to as much live sport as possible: it seems that almost everyone is interested in