Podcast

Digital Sport Insider: McLaren racing show esports is vehicle for talent spotting

Ben Payne, Head of Esports at McLaren, talks about the opportunities esports affords to motor racing.

Digital Sport Insider: The independent spirits driving the sports industry forward

Dan McLaren talks to Benjamin Penkert about his journey creating his startup in sports tech.

Podcast: James Ruth chats about eMLS launch to Digital Sport Insider

On this week’s Digital Sport Insider podcast, Dan McLaren chats to James Ruth of the eMLS Cup.

Esports on the menu as Digital Sport Insider kicks off March’s monthly topic

Dan McLaren sits down with Joe Hills to chat about the difference between sim sports and ‘traditional’ esports on this week’s Digital Sport Insider.

What other sports can learn from Table Tennis about how to approach China

Ahead of the ITTF World Team Cup taking place in the Copperbox Arena in London, Dan McLaren chatted table tennis and strategies for Chinese growth with Matt Pound, Head of Communications at ITTF.

Tough Mudder and the romanticism of a global event with local flavours

Tough Mudder is a worldwide phenomenon, and part of what makes it so popular is its ability to marry a global community with local flavours.

Podcast: A pro’s advice to those starting their own live streams

On this week’s Digital Sport Insider podcast, we take a look at some of the most interesting issues in the burgeoning topic of live-streaming.

Arsenal’s Tom Hines on club generated content and innovation

When innovation catches up with the ideas, we might have a new era for club content on our hands.

2017 Review: Top Ten Digital Sport Insider podcasts of the year

Following on from last week’s review of the articles you’ve been interested in this year, which took us by surprise to be honest, we decided to take a look at the most-listened-to podcasts we’ve loved doing this year.

Podcast: How Huddersfield Town’s identity is a natural fit for sponsorships with challenger brands

The Terriers are the plucky challengers in the Premier League. Off the pitch, they’re using their unique identity to create value for sponsors, too.