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Another great info-graphic! This one comes from @GMRMarketing . Sports & Social Media. Pretty Interesting! http://t.co/KgscIjhHQ4

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How FIFA's Goal Line Technology Actually Works - Mashable

How FIFA's Goal Line Technology Actually Works - Mashable | Sports | Scoop.it
Digital Trends How FIFA's Goal Line Technology Actually Works Mashable FIFA, world soccer's governing body, is using goal-line technology for the first time in international competition during the Confederations Cup tournament currently taking...

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Sony Filming Wimbledon 2013 & Confederations Cup In Ultra HD 4K

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Sony is about to team up with the BBC to film at least some of this year’s Wimbledon tennis tournament in 4K resolution when it kicks off on the 24th of this month.

The experiment is being described as a “trial broadcast,” according to British home cinema publication What Hifi, and will be carried out alongside a similar ultra high-definition (UHD) filming project that’s underway at the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil.


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Tennis: The Twitter Connection [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

Tennis: The Twitter Connection [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter | Sports | Scoop.it

The 2013 Wimbledon Championships started yesterday, and with Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova and home favourite Andy Murray all in action, it wasn’t long because tennis was dominating Twitter’s Trends.

Indeed, many of the game’s top players are active Twitter users, with tens of millions of followers combined, but what can the micro-blogging social network reveal about them?

This infographic from Unibet take a closer look at tennis and the Twitter connection.


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Nike's Big Gay-Marketing Coup - Businessweek

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Nike's Big Gay-Marketing Coup
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Matt Powell, a sports retail analyst at Sportsonesource, says a campaign built around a gay athlete would particularly be a hit with younger consumers, Nike's target market.

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The Digital Side Of Wimbledon 2013 – Who Is Doing What

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The iconic Wimbledon Championships start on Monday, and looking ahead of the stand-out event in the Tennis calendar we’ll be going through what digital activations are around and about.

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2013 Wimbledon Championships Website - Official Site by IBM

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The official site of the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club is presented by IBM. Follow The Championships, get live scores and results, and see who will win this grand slam tennis tournament.

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John Dalziel's curator insight, June 24, 2013 5:37 PM

The official Wimbledon site has a huge amount of information that can be used for independent research by learners.

The site features the latest news, player profiles, video / audio feeds and photo galleries.

Each year, when the competition starts, functional skills learners could use some of the statistics for data handling activities or, by using the timeline find out what happened in Wimbledon in the year they were born...