Month: January 2019

How Managers on a Mission Gave a Basketball Coach a Whole New Perspective

Most young people in the sports industry can attest that getting a career off the ground can be a stressful experience. MOAM has a remarkable remedy.

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In Changing Media Landscape, Intel Sports is Focused on One Major Goal in 2019

Intel Sports will focus on demonstrating volumetric video in 2019, hoping to alter the future of sports viewing for everyone.

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Immersive Media’s Infancy Creates Industry Opportunities

A panel at CES Sports Zone was excited about media opportunities — so much so, that Yahoo Sports’ Geoff Reiss calls this ‘most exciting time’ in his career.

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Inside Major League Lacrosse’s Deal to Track Players and Understand Information

A partnership with analytics software company Kinduct will allow MLL to track player health, hopefully leading toward new biometric findings in 2019.

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Turner President Addresses the Future of TV and the ‘Three A’s’ Concept

Turner President David Levy talked at CES about the opportunities for traditional broadcast entities, which requires evolution in the future of media.

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How Crown League Expects to Unify Fantasy Sports

Crown League founders Mathew Sposta and Dan Nissanoff made their mark at CES in Las Vegas by chatting about the league, which is set to launch in September.

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Former Athletes and Business: ‘The Breeze of Opportunity Is Always Blowing’

Player business opportunities were the heart of a discussion between two former NFL players Dhani Jones and Isaiah Kacyvenski at CES.

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Why Alibaba’s Push Into Sports Is a Natural Fit for the Chinese E-Commerce Company

A long-term Olympic partnership showcases the cloud computing power of Alibaba and makes it a global player in the sports tech industry.

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Executives: Competitive Pressure Forcing Industry to Adopt New Technology

How teams, leagues and rights owners react to technology can greatly determine their future success, according to Sports Innovation Lab at CES.

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Athletes Speak to Future of Virtual Reality and Wearable Tech

New Jersey Devil great Patrik Elias speaks about the benefits and future of virtual reality training at CES in Las Vegas.

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