Social Media

Fox Sports, Twitter Teaming Up for World Cup

Fox Sports and Twitter announced they will provide a slew of coverage for both upcoming FIFA World Cups.

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WWE’s WrestleMania Does 2.2B Social Impressions, Outperforms SB LVI

WrestleMania 38 beat Super Bowl LVI in social media impressions, video views, engagements, and video watch time. The event took place over two nights on April 2 and 3.

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How Nielsen Sports Is Changing the Game of College Recruiting

Once the nets come down on another chaotic March, the college basketball madness really tips off. Recruiting is the game within the game; a competition that can make or break […]

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Duke MBB’s Recipe for Social Media Success

One of the winningest programs in men’s college basketball is also dominating in a space off the court: social media.

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Sources: ESPN Betting Analyst Kelly Stewart Out Over Tweets

Betting analyst Kelly Stewart is out at ESPN after a series of insenstive tweets came to light days after her hire was announced.

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Webinar: How Interactive Live Streaming has Transformed the NFL Fan Experience

(Tagboard is a proud sponsor of Front Office Sports) For modern sports storytellers, using targeted technology to connect and engage with fans is an increasingly integral component of success. And […]

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NBC Enlists Influencers To Promote Kentucky Derby

NBC Sports has enlisted celebrities and influencers from inside and outside NBCUniversal to promote Saturday’s running of the Kentucky Derby.

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Nike Creates 'Nothing but Gold' App, Targeting Young Women

Nike created a landing page and Instagram account for Nothing but Gold, an app targeting women “dedicated to sport, style, and self-care.”

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Webinar: How The PGA TOUR Drives Digital Engagement

(iX.co is a proud sponsor of Front Office Sports) The PGA TOUR has always been at the forefront of digital engagement and innovation. In collaboration with its longtime partner, iX.co, […]

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NFL Reels Account Surpasses 1 Billion Views

One billion views on Instagram Reels later, the NFL has more than just figured out the quirks of the Facebook-owned TikTok competitor.  “For the first week or two, we tried […]

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