Tag "Football"

Slash Football and Sky Q are set to release more digital content

Slash Football and Sky Q have entered a new partnership that focuses on digital distribution of football content.

Manchester United attributes its success to online fan engagement

Manchester United, the wealthiest club in the Premier League, says that commercial success and success on the field go hand-in-hand.

Sports Tech: Is Football Playing Technology Keepy-Uppy?

Football isn’t lagging behind the rest when it comes to technology. In fact, it’s leading the charge!

Rashford birthday celebrations show how both Man United and the player capitalise on popularity

United celebrated Marcus Rashford’s birthday by bigging the player up more than most on their birthdays.

Halloween gives teams a chance to show the personalities under their masks

Halloween has arrived and sports teams around the world are celebrating.

Snack Media selected by the PFA to run first ever monthly women’s award in their 111-year history

Snack Media – a leading independent sports digital media company and fan engagement experts – has been tasked by the Professional Footballers’ Association of England and Wales (PFA) to launch

Serie A showing games in cinemas is an attempt to bring the social experience back to football

Over the years, football has become less and less social, but Serie A’s new initiative could be a step to bringing it back.

How England’s social media output creates optimism about the World Cup

England usually go into major tournaments with the media on their backs. This time, they’ve created their own coverage and are much the better for 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.

Why scrapping programmes is the wrong way for clubs to embrace digital progress

The EFL’s clubs will vote on whether production of matchday programmes is to remain compulsory, but clubs who wish to scrap them altogether are sending the wrong message.