Tag "Netflix"

Amazon and Netflix force France’s top broadcasters to pool resources – what does it mean for sport?

As France’s top broadcast names create their own answer to Netflix, and Britain’s equivalents ponder doing the same thing, we ask what this means for the future of sports broadcasting.

Why EFL clubs should be inspired by Amazon’s Premier League deal

EFL clubs need to start thinking like Amazon ahead of the Football League’s restriction on live broadcasts next season.

DAZN to bring live streaming to Serie A with 114 live matches in Italy

DAZN and Sky will show Serie A matches in Italy under the terms of a new deal as Perform Group brings live-streaming to football in the country.

Embracing change is the most crucial hurdle facing the sports industry today

James Massing of NFL International takes a look at the changing face of sports consumption – and explains why changes must be embraced, not resisted.

What the entertainment industry can teach sport about OTT disruption

What disruption in the entertainment sector could mean for sports broadcasters.

Manchester City release Twitter documentary series with novel way of engaging fans

Manchester City’s Twitter documentary series about grassroots football saw the club use direct messages to remind fans to tune in.

Daily Digest: BT Sport to stream Champions League for free & Amazon wields its power

A look at the biggest news from the crossroads of digital media and sport today.

Formula 1 and Netflix team up to create a docuseries following the 2018 season

Formula One and Netflix are teaming up to create a docuseries about hte 2018 World Championship.

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?

#5 NHL enters esports, the World Cup appears on the horizon and Netflix rules out sport

With the Russian World Cup on the horizon, esports and live streaming are growing bigger than ever.