La pandemia del COVID-19 ha acelerado la tendencia del streaming global, con el lanzamiento de docenas de nuevos servicios, incluyendo muchas opciones populares en Latinoamérica en el último año.
From «bookies» to the TV booth: How sports betting is gaining global popularity and changing the way sport is viewed
Betting and sports have had a long, often uneasy, relationship. But due to widespread legalization – and a loosening of some betting restrictions due to COVID-19 – sports and betting seem to be at the beginning of a much closer relationship, one that will have a dramatic impact on how fans consume sports.
Podcasting, a growing sector of the media ecosystem, is increasingly drawing interest from global consumers, advertisers, publishers, and media companies. Global podcasting ad revenues increased more than 65% annually from 2016-2019, and by 2023 the podcast industry will boast nearly two billion regular listeners.
Why is professional sports attractive for investors and what long-term impact is to be expected from COVID-19?
Boosting consumer trust and exploiting willingness to pay among top opportunities for news publishers and media companies
Live sports and news are critical to attracting viewers to live TV and OTT services – but are sports and news fans still watching?
U.S. and European leagues target growth on opposite continents, but which leagues are attracting mindshare of sports fans across the pond?
As NBA players, other pro athletes take bold stands for social justice, evidence shows support from the American public
This summer, as nationwide protests began after the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others by police, many of us began to rethink how to become better advocates for minority communities and move beyond words towards creating action for meaningful change.
Partner Jonathan Hurd will be leading a session at VideoNuze's
Biggest U.S. Movie Fans Drive Ticket Sales, with Two-Thirds Wanting a Return to Theaters Before COVID-19 Vaccine
With most movie theaters closed and blockbuster premieres delayed, a new Altman Solon survey reveals that two-thirds of avid U.S. movie fans are ready to return to theaters—even before a COVID-19 vaccine is available.