There are countless platforms that allow football clubs to entertain their followers and interact with them. Nevertheless, a social media manager needs to take on the challenging task of assessing, implementing, and build upon the platforms that can reach the most valuable stakeholders in the most effective manner. Currently, platforms that feature videos are said…
In regard to live video broadcasting possibilities such as Periscope, Meerkat, and Facebook Mentions, sports brands seem to follow a rather pragmatic approach and broadcast ad-hoc from their facilities without an organized concept or strategy. Last week, the Sport Business Institute Barcelona has periscoped a handful of good ideas on the power of Periscope for…
Apple has published four job postings that reveal the company’s intent to make its Siri personal digital assistant more capable when it comes to fielding queries about sports. Potentially, that could make Siri a more essential companion for resolving debates at the water cooler.
Branded podcasts want to break out of the traditional intrusive model of advertising: "There are no interruptions for two or three minutes in the middle of a story. There are no top and tail ad breaks. There are no coupon codes."
I’m 29 years old, and I’ve been on Snapchat for about a year now. I post fairly often (usually on my Story), and I get a decent amount of engagement from my friends. Quite honestly, up until Thanksgiving, I thought I was pretty good at Snapchat.
Today, on the day the new First Utility Super League season kicks off, talkSPORT – the world’s biggest sports radio station – and talkSPORT 2 – the new national 24-hour sports radio station which launches on the 15th March – have announced a ground-breaking deal to broadcast more than 100 Super League games over the next two years.
For football fans who can’t be in front of a TV or an internet-connected device this Sunday, February 7, radio remains one of the best ways to catch Super Bowl 50. In the US Westwood One Sports remains the exclusive radio network broadcasting the game. The network has hundreds of affiliates, so it should be …
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