Media

NFL viewing figures show why Amazon have a long way to go to take on TV

Anyone looking at the trend of media rights being held by streaming services will have had eyes on Amazon Prime’s first Thursday night broadcast of an NFL game last week.

The Brand Conference: Five things we learned from the MLS, AJ Boxing & NFL

Last week saw Digital Sport head down to the latest instalment of The Brand Conference. A one-day event that took place at the home of cricket, Lords, and was run

Italian giants launch Inter Media House

Inter Media House has been devised to meet the needs of millions of fans so they can enjoy access to the club wherever they are. The project was announced today

Man United chief predicts major development in TV rights landscape

Amazon and Facebook will join the bidding for Premier League broadcast rights, or so predicts Manchester United chief Ed Woodward. On a regular conference call with investors, Woodward made the

As the Women’s Super League kicks off, the sport continues to grow with clever digital strategy

On Friday night, the Women’s Super League season will begin with a bang as Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton face each other in what you might describe as a baptism

Sports broadcasting and social media platforms: A symbiotic relationship?

Social media services offering online streaming are seen as the upstart challengers to traditional sports broadcasters – but the relationship can still be a symbiotic one.

Digital Sport London: What we learned about the future of sports broadcasting

With representatives from traditional broadcasting platforms, online streaming providers and sporting rightsholders, the future of sports broadcasting was dissected from all angles at our Digital Sport London event.

Are Sky and the EFL teaming up to future-proof their output?

This week, big news broke about the future of live-streaming and sports broadcasting in the UK, with the revelation that Sky Sports and the EFL will stream midweek games from

Interview: NFL Game Pass – A Game Changer in the future of digital sports broadcasting?

The NFL is back. The first game of the regular season ended in a shock defeat for Super Bowl champions the New England Patriots at the hands of the unfancied