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14 Dec 2016
Last year represented a breakthrough for VR in sport. Sportcal Media spoke to Ben Smith, chief executive of VR start-up company Laduma, and analyses what the technology could mean for rights owners.
11 Aug 2016
Uefa's European Championships expanded in 2016 to 24 teams. Sportcal Media analyses some of the viewing figures from the first of the newly-expanded tournaments, which comprised 51 matches.
19 May 2016
The eSports industry has been at the centre of much development and discussion. Sportcal Media takes a look at some of the important issues currently facing the video game competition sport.
07 Apr 2016
Sportcal speaks to Matt Porter, the chief executive of the Professional Darts Corporation, one of the sport’s governing bodies, about the development of the sport, and looks at its flagship tournaments.
28 Jan 2016
Super Bowl 50 is promising to be one of the most-watched sport events of 2016. Sportcal's media team takes a closer look at some of the key commercially-driven discussion points.
14 Jan 2016
The FA Cup is the oldest club soccer cup competition in the world, but has arguably suffered from a saturation of televised soccer. However, early signs show a boost in viewers following a broadcaster change.
10 Dec 2015
Premium sports content has long been considered the lifeblood of pay-TV in Europe, building empires such as the UK’s Sky, Canal Plus in France, Spain and Poland, Scandinavia’s Viasat, and Eurosport.
26 Nov 2015
Sports rights fees in China have made huge jumps for top properties such as basketball’s NBA, Spanish soccer's La Liga and WTA Tour tennis. These rights are also moving from traditional viewing platforms.
12 Oct 2015
Non-traditional methods of broadcasting content are becoming more readily available as technology develops. Sportcal Media takes a look at how new services are working alongside existing ones to give viewers as much content as possible.
06 Aug 2015
The 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup in Canada was the largest edition in the competition’s history and broke records as huge television audiences tuned in to watch the action. The tournament was broadcast in 187 territories, and while the projected potential reach of 1 billion viewers does not reflect the actual number who tuned in, the viewing figures themselves show a successful World Cup as women’s soccer continues to grow globally.