The social networking service is now launching its latest effort around the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will celebrate the best tweets about the best female soccer players in the world.
Last year, by dedicating a week of coverage to both the NBA and NHL Draft, MSG Networks saw its social media metrics up 85 percent.
On the day of the 2018 NBA Draft, B/R generated six million total engagements, which doubled its total from 2017’s draft day.
As SLAM looks to continue to build a diversified media business, events, merchandise and licensing will play a key role in the company’s success.
Vitale’s new deal with ESPN will take him through what would be his 42nd year with the network. His ultimate goal? Broadcast a game when he is 100.
According to the “New Age of Soccer Fandom” study released by Bleacher Report, 63% of soccer fans prefer to watch a full game over highlights.
As Instagram expands into e-commerce, it’s teaming up with the NBA and New Era to offer fans the opportunity to buy officially licensed championship gear.
According to NBC Sports, the Stanley Pup campaign has had more than 18 million impressions this postseason.
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