Sports Agency Leaders: How We're Weathering the Recession - Sportcal Publishes a Sports Market Review Special Issue for Sportel
The latest issue of Sportcal.com’s quarterly Sports Market Review is now available online and in a hard copy version, which will be distributed free of charge at the Sportel convention in Monaco.
With Sportel in mind, the issue contains a special feature on the international sports agencies market, asking the question: how is the economic downturn affecting media rights sales worldwide.
Sportcal.com interviewed senior executives from several of the top agencies in Europe, Asia and South America to find out, and a series of tables summarises a selection of their top properties.
Meanwhile, we study the sponsorship programme for soccer’s 2010 World Cup in South Africa, which looks set to be a commercial success despite the difficult economic climate, and look ahead to what is building up to be a competitive bidding race for the 2018 and 2022 tournaments.
The 2018 edition of golf’s Ryder Cup will be staged for only the second time in continental Europe since it was first played in 1927. The question is, where?
The Sports Market Review profiles the six bidders: France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, which previously hosted the Ryder Cup in 1997, and Sweden.
In the Sports Market Interview, IMG’s Michel Masquelier talks about the agency’s new “technical pipe” offering aggregated soccer content to broadcasters.
As always, each chapter also includes tables of valuable sports market data, plus a News in Brief section.
The Review is available once again in PDF format, and hard copies will be distributed at major industry gatherings and events. If you are currently at Sportel, free copies are available at Sportcal's stand F10.
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