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06 Jul 2018
Approaching its first year in operation, Octagon Media Rights Consulting's Daniel Cohen talks Sportcal Insight through that breakthrough deal with the Peruvian Football Federation, what's next for the industry and why there's never been a better time to be an adviser.
31 May 2018
Europe and Asia still lag behind USA in carving out digital sports rights for exploitation on non-linear platforms, but it’s not always necessary to have dedicated rights to offer appealing content, says Infront’s Christoph Heimes.
03 May 2018
Sportcal Media takes a closer look at the key findings from its recent report, ‘The Social Winter Games’, in partnership with Hookit, the social media intelligence platform, which analysed the role of social media during the 2018 winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang.
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.
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?’
20 Jul 2017
Sportcal Insight analyses Serie A's attempts to close the international rights revenue gap on its rivals.
30 Mar 2017
Australian Open welcomes record audiences for Federer-Nadal and Williams sisters finals
24 Mar 2017
The sale of TV rights to Italy’s Serie A has often been beset by legal or regulatory complications, but the forthcoming auction is set against a backdrop of seemingly unprecedented circumstances.
02 Mar 2016
The frantic rush for exclusive sports content among China’s online players has delivered inflated fees for federations, leagues and agencies alike in the last 18 months. Martin Ross examines whether the spending is sustainable and who might last the pace.
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