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Tech companies race for NFL streaming rights as OTT complements linear TV

NFL’s search for a tech company to broadcast Thursday night rights shows the power of live sport to the internet age.

Are we going OTT about OTT? What we learned from Digital Sport Manchester

What you need to know about live streaming but were too afraid to ask.

Broadcasters must learn from the mistakes of the internet’s past

Are broadcasters making the same mistakes publishers made at the beginning of the internet?

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.

Digital Sport Trends 2018: The opportunities for digital in the new year

We asked industry leaders for their highlights of 2017 and their take on the opportunities that 2018 will bring. This is what they said.

Will OTT take over, or is the cord-cutting phenomenon really a red herring?

As Sky and BT Sport announce they’ll share their content, we ask if the cord-cutting phenomenon is really a red herring.

Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Friday 21st December

Only a very short one from me today as I’ll be running around helping my son celebrate his birthday – the lucky wee man has 3 days of opening presents

Facebook and Twitter are so mainstream Man City & AS Roma look elsewhere for innovation

When sports organisations started being about more than just sport, it all started with commercial partners and sponsorship deals. That branched out into a race for more and more fans

The role of live-streaming in the soap opera sporting culture

If viewing figures are falling, and it’s not down to streaming, then why are media rights deals soaring higher than ever before?

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.