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08 Dec 2017
The NBA wants to stage more regular season games in Europe, but for now believes the annual showcase in London gives it the necessary direct presence in that market, and provides a focus for coverage throughout the year on TV and social media.
23 Nov 2017
Olympic and Paralympic sports are worth £19 billion ($25 billion) to the UK economy, more than agriculture, forestry and fishing combined (£11 billion), according to a recent report. Callum Murray probes the figures.
10 Nov 2017
Tuesday’s Andy Murray Live tennis event drew plenty of headlines about the Scot’s fitness concerns, but the charity competition also offered a glimpse into Eurosport’s broadcast innovation plans.
27 Oct 2017
Investors and marketers behind the new World Boxing Super Series have not been without their sceptics within the sport as they seek to reshape its commercial structure. But what chances of success?
20 Oct 2017
As over the top viewing disrupts the way sport is consumed, are rights-owners really ready to make the ultimate leap? Ahead of the Sportel convention, Sportcal Insight spoke to some of the top players to gauge the mood of the industry.
13 Oct 2017
The sports industry is set for a slowdown in growth of over 20 per cent in the next three to five years according to PwC’s Sports Survey 2017, ‘Sports: the most disrupted of all industries?’
05 Oct 2017
Twelve days of action and nearly 350 gold medals after the dazzling Opening Ceremony that inaugurated the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat 2017 has come to an end in spectacular fashion.
29 Sep 2017
The new major event hosting model risks leaving cities with no built legacy, so they must look elsewhere to extend the benefits that derive from hosting events, according to a new report from Arup, the design and engineering firm.
15 Sep 2017
Adopting a two-year cycle for the Volvo Ocean Race will enable the most high-profile round-the-world sailing event to visit more markets and attract mainstream sponsors, but the event will not be compromising its core DNA as it is “no longer chasing the money.”
31 Aug 2017
In the wake of this summer’s FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Austria, Fabio Azevedo, general director of the FIVB, talks to Sportcal Insight about the commercial future of the federation and its plans for the Asian market.
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