Podcast

Digital Sport Insider: The FA’s strategy change and Bleacher Report’s hero content

The FA, Fantastec and Bleacher Report had interesting takes on the future trends in sports marketing. Have a listen to their thoughts below.

Fake news and the sports media landscape with Sportradar

This week’s Digital Sport insider is with Jonathan Earle, Customer Director – Sports Media, Sportradar.

House of Highlights, Organic Growth and Getting the Brand Balance Right

House of Highlights went from nothing to 10.6m Instagram followers. The next step is to bring brands on board – how will they negotiate the tricky world of sponsorship?

Digital Sport Insider: How an entrepreneurial spirit is necessary for success

Steve Madincea chats to the Digital Sport Insider podcast about his time in the sports industry and starting up his own business.

Digital Sport Insider Podcast: DAZN aim to change the way boxing is watched in the US

Joe Markowski of DAZN speaks to Dan McLaren about the live-streaming platform’s entry into the US rights market.

West Ham’s slick transfer announcement is a lesson to others

West Ham United’s announcement of Lukasz Fabianski hit all the right notes for a transfer announcement.

Love Sport Radio get ahead of the game with smart speaker integration

On last week’s Digital Sport Insider podcast, Dan McLaren chats to Kurt Edwards of Love Sport Radio about investing in smart speaker integration.

Podcast: ‘Live’ with the winners at the 2018 Football Blogging Awards

Last night was the 6th edition of the Football Blogging Awards, and the first in its new life with our colleagues at Snack Media taking on the running of it.

DS Insider: US-style European Super League could only be five years away

Football’s digital problem could push it into the arms of a money-churning European Super League in the next five years.

Podcast: How can we add tech to stadiums without losing sight of the sport?

As stadiums start to incorporate more and more digital technology into their offerings to fans, just how far can it go without losing sight of the actual sport?