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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

Verizon to stream live NFL in the US as streaming services continue to grow in stature

Verizon scoops rights to live NFL streaming in five-year deal.

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

Digital Sport London Event: Secrets to the UK growth of the NFL and NBA

At our last Digital Sport London event of the year, we heard about what it’s like to take a US sport to the UK. Here are some valuable insights we learned from the evening.

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Former Manchester United player could show US Soccer how it’s done

The latest #DSLondon panel event brought together representatives from the UK arms of NBA, NFL and UFC to talk about what it’s like attempting to break a sport into a

Digital Sport London – Talking US sport with NFL & NBA

After 2 SOLD OUT gatherings so far we’re proud to bring to you a topic with a bit of a difference. This month’s event takes a look at sport in

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Five Ways the NBA is Educating Its UK Fanbase

This is a guest post by Emily Clark, Marketing Manager at Surrey Cricket. American sports have infiltrated the European market in recent years. Both the NFL and NBA sell out fixtures in

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Miami Dolphins team up with Deezer to launch innovative partnership to excite fans

This week, music streaming platform Deezer became the official music partner of NFL team the Miami Dolphins, launching an exciting new partnership that could have interesting results for fans of

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Podcast: Sarah Swanson on why NFL London Games are both very special and also just another game

For all sports, one of the biggest challenges that leagues, clubs and governing bodies face is how to keep fans hooked, especially when there’s no actual sport going on. The

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NBA and Bayern Munich’s innovative apps show why sport should explore AR more

This week, the NBA launched their first augmented reality (AR) app, allowing basketball fans to shoot hoops anywhere, anytime using their phone screen. The app projects a hoop and a