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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.

Weekly Briefing: Opta Analytics, Facebook’s Hellish Year & Twitter Finally Makes a Profit

We’re back with another weekly briefing of the best articles out there on the internet this week that you may have missed. Enjoy.

VR and AR aren’t new, but new tech can bring them to the mainstream

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are not new concepts, but the application of old ones to the new technology available. As technology grows, so will they.

World Surf League and Facebook announce exclusive new partnership

World Surf League and Facebook sign up for exclusive streaming partnership, building on the success the league has had on the platform already.

Juventus and Netflix announce release date for docuseries First Team: Juventus

Juventus’ much-awaited collaboration with Netflix now has a release date – but what can we expect?

Facebook’s algorithm change and a warning for the future of the internet

Facebook’s algorithm change is the tip of the iceberg for anyone who uses the internet.

How Basketball’s Champions League is fuelling its impressive online growth

The Basketball Champions League has become one of the fastest growing sport properties in 2017 and the number one European club competition on Facebook in only one year.

Global eLeagues announce major tournament to be broadcast by Goal

Launch of eFootball league sees top teams battle it out in a tournament broadcast by publisher Goal.com.

UFC Europe posts impressive 2017 engagement results on social media

UFC’s impressive social numbers in Europe show their dedicated fanbase around the world will surely only grow in 2018.

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.