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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.
25 Apr 2018
With just 100 days to go until the start of the inaugural multi-sports European Championships, Sportcal Insight spoke to Paul Bristow and Marc Joerg, the men behind a vision that has been over 10 years in the making.
16 Feb 2018
Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment was created last year to provide a collective strategy for the development of US franchises and properties, led by the Philadelphia 76ers.
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?’
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.
07 Apr 2017
The constant narrative that women’s sport is ‘breaking barriers’ makes a nice tag line, but how far has it really come, what lies ahead and what is left to do? Florence Lloyd-Hughes examines the commercial growth of women’s sport and the issues facing it.
30 Mar 2017
Sarasota is making its mark as a destination for a range of international events in sports including modern pentathlon and rowing. Sportcal Insight spoke to Rob Wells at Sarasota County Sports Commission about what comes next.
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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