Tag "Juventus"

Manchester City’s Amazon documentary shows clubs needn’t fear giving away access

It was sheer dumb luck that Amazon caught one of the most impressive seasons in history, but Manchester City’s willingness to give them the access shows clubs don’t have to be fearful of outside publishers.

We’re in a new era of football transfer announcements on social media

Transfer announcements are becoming more understated – maybe that means we’ll see some genuinely funny content before the window shuts.

Cristiano Ronaldo transfer will show how much digital reach equals financial revenue

Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to Juventus is justified by the numbers, but this will show how much power digital media has to drive revenue indirectly.

The World Cup will have a lasting effect on some players – but only if they’re smart about it

Separating ‘vanity metrics’ from real numbers is the challenge for the players who have had a breakthrough World Cup.

Signing Cristiano Ronaldo From Real Madrid signing helps Juventus beat the Twitter Cull

After the Twitter Cull, did football clubs and players lose many followers?

Eleven Sports secures UK rights to Serie A to go alongside their La Liga coverage

Eleven Sports strikes another huge blow, securing exclusive UK Serie A rights for the next three seasons.

How Real Madrid and the Champions League make the most of Ronaldo magic on social media

After Cristiano Ronaldo’s stunning overhead kick against Juventus, the official accounts of Real Madrid and the Champions League showed how to make the most of a moment of magic.

Sport is embracing on-demand content, but how far can that go?

As sports organisations and publishers create more and more on-demand content, just how far can sport move away from live action?

Hot Topics: International Women’s Day and the rise of documentary in football

A discussion of this week’s Hot Topics, including International Women’s Day, VAR, and the rise of documentary content within football.

Sports Technology Awards reveal 2018 shortlist

44 sports from 20 countries, including industry giants such as Puma, Juventus, ATP, Audi, Gatorade, BBC Sport and Sacramento Kings announced on Sports Tech Awards shortlist for 2018