in collaboration wih The Associated Press
In 2012, the second screen earned its permanent place in the world of global media.With major events, such as UEFA Euro 2012, the London Olympics and the North
American presidential election, social networks exploded with people using social
media platforms as they consumed content over broadcast networks.
What does this mean for organisations involved in the international sports
Broadcasters, rights holders, news outlets, blue chip brands and
technology providers all need to evolve to survive and prosper in the highly
competitive industry. The event will bring together leading decision makers
representing companies from the broadcast, sport and new media industries to
discuss methods of best practise and what we can expect to experience for the FIFA
World Cup 2014 and beyond.