DAZN and Matchroom Boxing seal $1bn deal to take the sport to the next level

Live-streaming platform DAZN have landed a massive deal with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing.

What the entertainment industry can teach sport about OTT disruption

What disruption in the entertainment sector could mean for sports broadcasters.

EFL highlights to be on Quest and Facebook Live next season

UK highlights of the EFL will be on the Eurosport-powered channel Quest for next season – and that seems to chime with what Eurosport promised just a few weeks ago.

Eleven Sports seal La Liga rights: What does this mean for Sky and the fan?

As Sky lose the rights to La Liga, we ask who this news means the most to: Sky, La Liga or the UK and Ireland football fan?

Man City, the NBA & the best YouTube practices for sports teams

The best practices we see sports teams using to engage with fans on YouTube.

Channel Four and Arsenal Fan TV linkup shows how ‘online media’ is now just ‘media’

Channel Four’s latest venture, a fan-led football opinion show, proves that traditional broadcasters are now online content creators the same as everyone else.

OTT is becoming mainstream bit by bit – and Eurosport have a strategy to capitalise

The broadcaster is showing why broadcasters who don’t have rights to the big-ticket items have to be get creative to get noticed.

ESPN and Sky Sports are showing how sports broadcast models are changing

Changes to the subscription models being used by broadcasters in both the US and the UK show how sports coverage is moving with the times.

NBA experiments with microtransactions for the final quarter of games

The NBA could be about to offer fans the ability to pay for just the final quarter of its games from now on – just in time for the arrival of the playoffs.

At BT Sport, Football Italia knocks the internet into the back seat

BT Sport are celebrating 90s nostalgia hard – and their Twitter account proves it.