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NFL Sign Deal with Dailymotion to Promote the Sport in European Countries

NFL Sign Deal with Dailymotion to Promote the Sport in European Countries | Marketing | Scoop.it
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Thomas Salvatore's curator insight, November 2, 2013 2:13 PM

American sports are always trying to promorte their sports. The NFL is a prime example of a sport that is trying to gain popularity in other countries . With this video portal called Dailymotion you can watch live streaming of certain games and and highlights from most games. Dailymotion will be used in Belgium, France, and Switzerland. By promoting the sport overseas in the future you could possibly host games in these countries if the fans love it enough. Also fans may be more inclined to travel to the states and see a game for themselves. The article relates to sport management by the NFL marketing to more then just the normal United States football fan. By reaching out to other countries they could become more valuable with support from other countries. 

Cam Gravina's curator insight, November 6, 2013 10:47 PM

1. I learned that the nfl is promoting sports in the European countries.

2. I found that it was intresting how the NfL was promtmoting play in european coutries.

3. I selected this article becasue I love the nfl and thought it looked intresting by the title.

4. This will help the sports management industry because it will develop more money to the industry.

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