Facebook’s FB Newswire service is shutting down on October 18 after more than 2.5 years as a resource for journalists to understand what’s being talked about on the social network. A specific explanation for its demise wasn’t immediately revealed, but it might have to do with the company’s partnership with Storyful, which has recently found itself removed from more than just FB Newswire.
Sky Sports has seen audiences for live Premier League matches collapse by close to a fifth following a precipitous 19 per cent decline in the number of viewers tuning in for flagship broadcasts year-on-year.
As Twitter presses ahead with is NFL Thursday Night Football live streams, Facebook is similarly building its portfolio for broadcasting live sports through the NBA having announced that Orlando Magic's upcoming fixture against the San Antonio Spurs will be shown exclusively on Facebook Live.
The cable powerhouse is looking to exploit its Olympics rights in Europe after snapping up broadcast and distribution rights for four games starting in 2018. Chief Executive David Zaslav told investors Thursday that Discovery-controlled Eurosport, considered the ESPN of Europe, is rolling out a direct-to-consumer streaming service.
A mobile media revolution is changing the basis of the global free press and dictating the future of self expression. Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Google and Apple are among the few companies redrawing the boundaries of how we communicate and taking over the role of the global publishers.
Despite widespread positive sentiment and strong global audience figures for its season premier, Twitter’s Thursday Night NFL Football has reportedly left some of sponsors “underwhelmed” due to the short duration which the average viewer is spending watching the games.
Streaming matches has transformed the sport for players and is beginning to show that polo is the 'grandfather of extreme sports', according to one leading team manager, while the availability of matches online is helping to grow the audience globally.
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