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Daily Digest: Real Madrid learning to think like a digital media company and DAZN to broadcast World Cup highlights in Germany

Real Madrid going from sports team to media company, Facebook allows live rewind and DAZN to show World Cup highlights in Germany.

Daily Digest: Twitter talk World Cup Plans & F1 describes “in progress” OTT platform

The Premier League is over, the World Cup is coming soon… in the meantime here’s the news to try and fill that football void for today.

Daily Digest: Williams launch esports team and Eddie Hearn strikes $1bn deal with DAZN

Friday’s daily digest featuring news on Eddie Hearn and DAZN, Miami Dolphins making money out of Facebook Video and Williams F1 going into esports.

Multilingual Websites for Sports Teams – Inspired or Insanity?

There are all sorts of pitfalls sports teams and leagues have to navigate when attempting to create multilingual websites to engage fans across the world.

Daily Digest: The Zlatan effect hits MLS & the data issues facing sport

Today’s Daily Digest includes how MLS leveraged Zlatan Ibrahimovic to deliver upon the massive hype, and why Facebook adds to sport’s data fears.

Cristiano Ronaldo to produce TV series as Facebook’s strategy becomes clearer

The Real Madrid star may not be in for a shock career change, but the news does hint at Facebook’s long-term content plans.

Daily Digest: Copa90 nets £70m valuation and how sports teams are using facial recognition to learn more about their fans

Facebook test out Reddit style down-vote button, Copa90’s new investment value business at £70m and how sports teams are using facial recognition to learn more about their fans.

Why social media platforms must be the ones to police their own space

After Cyrus Christie revealed the online abuse he suffers on social media, social media platforms should think about how to make their spaces fun again.

Bayern Munich launch suprise new team while Man United get together with a huge new partner

Today’s round-up of the most important news from within the world of digital and sport.

We have entered a new era of social media – so what happens now?

Ten years ago, social media was a novelty, now it is just a banality of everyday life – so what happens next?