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SPORT ONLINE: WHAT WORKS, WHAT DOESN'T
The evolution of business models for digital sports content
In December 2012, when TV Sports Markets asked a cross section of the industry's top executives what had been the biggest change or development in the previous 15 years, the most common reply was the growth of the internet.
Digital technology in all its forms has transformed the way we interact with sport and opened up almost limitless possibilities in the way sports content can be packaged and distributed.
The early days of the technology were more about promise than delivery, certainly in terms of revenues coming into sport. In 2014, the global digital content market can still not be categorised as a mature one, but it has certainly become a more lucrative one for sport.
This panel looks at how business models for digital content have evolved and asks whether there is now a consensus about what works and what doesn't for digital sports content, and also examines the factors which are shaping the future of digital sport.
Tuesday, October 7, 2pm
Stephen Nuttall, Senior Director, YouTube EMEA
Simon Greenberg, Global Head of Rights, News Corp
Frank Leenders, Director General, FIBA Media & Marketing Services
Moderator: Frank Dunne, TV Sports Markets