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Daily Digest: Real Madrid learning to think like a digital media company and DAZN to broadcast World Cup highlights in Germany

Real Madrid going from sports team to media company, Facebook allows live rewind and DAZN to show World Cup highlights in Germany.

The numbers show just how much AS Roma dominated Twitter in April

Five of the top ten most retweeted tweets by football clubs in April came from AS Roma.

Cristiano Ronaldo to produce TV series as Facebook’s strategy becomes clearer

The Real Madrid star may not be in for a shock career change, but the news does hint at Facebook’s long-term content plans.

Champions League draw: How Liverpool, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Roma reacted on Twitter

The Champions League draw has taken place – and here’s how the club’s reacted to their fates on Twitter.

Daily Digest: Real Madrid partner with Samsung to produce Twitter video

A look at the biggest stories of the day in the world of digital and sport.

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.

Real Madrid to become the first football club to launch a VR channel

Real Madrid are launching a VR channel, but will their endorsement of the technology be enough to get fans watching?

Juventus and Netflix announce release date for docuseries First Team: Juventus

Juventus’ much-awaited collaboration with Netflix now has a release date – but what can we expect?

EA Sports and Adidas give four top clubs chance to reach fans on FIFA 18

EA Sports and Adidas strike a deal to give fans on FIFA 18 the chance to play in exclusive kits for four of Europe’s top teams.

Twitter’s year in review: still sporting platform that knows its niche

Twitter has published its year in review, on the back of Instagram doing so last week: a selection of the most retweeted tweets around the globe of 2017, showing what