Data

NFL Could Fetch Up to $250 Million In Data Contracts

The NFL is reportedly in talks to rake in hundreds of millions more annually in data contracts after locking in $113 billion in TV deals.

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Google Completes $2.1 Billion Fitbit Acquisition

Fourteen months in the making, Google announced it has officially completed its $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit. Consumer concerns over Google’s potential access to data in the merger have made […]

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Canucks Utilize Data To Build Fanbase During Vancouver’s Continued Transformation

(StellarAlgo is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) Located in one of Canada’s fastest growing and most diverse cities, the Vancouver Canucks are quickly adapting to their surroundings in […]

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Renamed PLL Seeks Fan Data and Simplicity With Ticketmaster Deal

When Paul Rabil’s tour-based Premier Lacrosse League launched last season, it played in 13 different venues and used six different ticketing partners. The lack of consistency on the ticketing front […]

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StellarAlgo CEO Vince Ircandia Talks Utilizing Fan Data

(StellarAlgo is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) Teams at every level of sports want to build fan loyalty. They do this by making fans feel that they matter […]

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How A.I. is Powering Fan Engagement in 2019

Teams need proper artificial intelligence solutions to give fans better ticketing options, improve fan experience, and simplify their overall operations.

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Former Pro Baseball Player Shows Value of Athletes In Data Tech World

Following seven years in baseball, Josh Wilkie transitioned to the tech world and now helps athletes understand data from products to prevent injuries.

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Data Is Changing the Way the NHL Does Business

Whether it’s on the ice, on an iPad, or in a TV broadcast, the NHL is going all in on data, and it is fundamentally changing how it does business as an organization.

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Atlanta Is Ready for Positive Economic Impact During Super Bowl Week

Last year, Super Bowl LII generated an estimated $450 million in new spending to Minneapolis, but historical Super Bowl economic impact is felt nationwide.

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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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