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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.

Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Thursday 14th December

Before I get going with today’s reading list, a quick thank you to the team at Sheridan’s for another excellent Christmas drinks yesterday morning, and also to Leaders for theirs

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Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Wednesday 13th December

As we get closer to Christmas and the diminishing number of shopping days seems to accelerate until we find ourselves in a well-known toy shop on Christmas eve desperately seeking

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Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Tuesday 12th December

A selection of Tuesday’s top articles to filter what you should be reading about in the world of digital sport.

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Inter Milan reach social media milestone as ambitious strategy pays off

Inter Milan’s social media reach keeps growing amid the club’s ambitious content strategy.

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Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Monday 4th December

NEWS HEADLINES The Disruptive Force of eSports (Sports Business Institute) Esports as ever is a hot topic, and has been for the last 18 months or so. Institutes such as

The Varsity Match announce UNILAD Facebook stream for 2017

With one week to go, The Varsity Match announced a new online streaming partnership with UNILAD which will see the 2017 men’s and women’s Varsity Matches streamed live on Facebook next

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Instagram’s continued growth shows it’s surpassing Twitter, and everyone has to react

It’s hard to pinpoint it. The growth of social media platforms is something akin to hair growth: you only know it’s happened when it’s time to get it cut. There

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Perform Group’s Goal.com snaps up UK media rights to the FIFA World Club Cup

Football publisher Goal has snapped up the UK media rights to the FIFA World Club Cup. The now-traditional yearly tournament takes place every December, and features the winners of each