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08 Jan 2020
By the middle of this year, Budapest will have added Fed Cup tennis and Euro 2020 soccer to its growing list of top sporting events. And its appetite shows little sign of abating.
11 Jul 2019
More consumers worldwide now pay for OTT video services than subscription television, with sport the most popular live category, and accessibility and quality of content and delivery, as well as the price point, are key factors, according to Grabyo.
12 Jun 2019
‘Change is the status quo’ in the sports and media industries and ‘disruption is the new normal’, a new report claims. So how can companies adapt?
06 Jun 2019
A recent announcement by Endeavor, owner of IMG, that it is proceeding with a long-awaited IPO has provoked a backlash from some commentators. Do they have a point?
16 May 2019
A new survey shows that half of sponsorship professionals believe that there will be growth in the sector in 2019, with women’s sport starting to gain traction, but proving ROI remains a major challenge for the industry.
11 Apr 2019
A report into the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games has detailed heavier spending by local government than for the Glasgow Games 2014, but has also produced a long list of expected economic benefits.
04 Apr 2019
There was a Fifa World Cup last year, so Fifa topped the rankings in RedTorch’s #SportOnSocial table for 2018. Simple? Well, there’s a bit more to it than that.
19 Mar 2019
A new report says the Premier League can learn from the NFL when it comes to improving the spectator experience, while rugby and basketball offer good value.
07 Mar 2019
‘Olympic sports urged to be less entitled, more business-like,’ ran the Washington Post’s headline last week on ASOIF’s far-reaching new report, ‘Future of Global Sport’. Was it accurate, we ask ASOIF’s Andrew Ryan?
28 Feb 2019
Partnerships with all of the international winter sports federations are positive in that they enable sponsorship cross sales and innovation in technology, so vesting World Cup skiing rights with one entity would have similar benefits, Infront’s Bruno Marty argues.
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