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Investment is the lifeblood of any business and in sport, the movement of money has reflected profound shifts in everything from geographical power bases to consumer behaviour. The way big and small funds work in sport has changed, too, settling into the rhythms and demands of the industry.
Where the sports industry goes next
Sports data and integrity firm’s CEO Carsten Koerl retains ownership position.
Soccer social media-focused platform targeting Weibo and Douyin.
Social media giant to show English soccer league in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.
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Since the last Fifa World Cup in Brazil, soccer media has been transformed by digital and changes in consumer behaviour. Platforms like Copa90 have been at the forefront of that revolution, and this summer’s international tournament provides an opportunity for the fan-centric network to cement its reputation as a hub of modern soccer coverage.
With fans indulging in the buffet of the Fifa World Cup first round, media companies have been reminded of the need to provide a full menu of broadcast options.
Instagram and YouTube have both made significant developments on their platforms in June in a bid to attract and hold on to more engaging video creators. But how do these changes affect sports organisations’ priorities in publishing online video content?
Following the conclusion of the Premier League’s latest domestic TV deal, SportsPro takes a look at how the pieces fell into place for Amazon to make its move, and the implications its entry might have for how rights to English soccer’s top flight are sold in the future.
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