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With Olympics Looming, Sponsors Jumping Aboard World Surf League

Surfing will make its debut at the Olympics in 2020. With the sport’s global coming out party in Tokyo less than a year away, corporate sponsors are climbing aboard the […]

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More ESPN Content Coming To Facebook Watch

ESPN is poised to bring more sports to Facebook Watch. Via a new deal between the two, ESPN will bring exclusive versions of Countdown to GameDay and Fantasy Focus Live […]

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Surf’s Up – And So Are World Surf League’s TV and Digital Media Rights

The sport of surfing will be part of the Olympic Games for the first time in Tokyo in 2020. The timing couldn’t be better for the World Surf League (WSL) […]

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Michigan Athletics Turns to Facebook to Drive New Donations

The University of Michigan athletic department has found a great return on investment by reaching donors through paid Facebook advertising.

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Overtime: A Sports Network for the Next Generation

Tapping into a young demographic of Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube users, Overtime has built a community of fans that help contribute to its success.

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NBA and Turner Tap Facebook Watch for Documentary Release

“Something in the Water” is more proof of the league’s commitment to growing both internationally and digitally.

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Facebook Goes for Goal With Potential Ronaldo Show on Watch

With 120 million followers on Facebook alone, a new team, and a new country to play in, a Ronaldo reality show could become a must-watch.

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World Surf League Rides Airbnb, Facebook, and Jeep Partnerships Into Summer ‘18

The WSL and its partners have focused on both short and long-term goals as the league continues to grow.

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18 On Deck in 2018: Stories Worth Watching This Season in MLB

As we get closer to the 2018 MLB season, here are just a few things to look out for.

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Why the Arizona Cardinals Are Turning to Facebook Watch This Offseason

With a new coach and quarterback, there will be plenty of storylines to highlight.

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