Quote of the Day

"We need to continue to bring new fans to the sport -- by reaching out to them on social media platforms with behind-the-scenes, fun and engaging content."
-- F1 Head of Digital & New Business Frank Arthofer, on the circuit's new partnership with Snapchat. (CAMPAIGN LIVE, 7/13)
Friday July 14, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 23 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Changing Channels

    Chinese sports and entertainment firm Wuhan DDMC Culture Co. agreed to buy Super Sports Media for $500M, it said on Wednesday, giving it the TV rights to the Premier League in China, according to Pei & Twinnie of REUTERS. Super Sports Media, a Cayman Islands-based company, is the current holder of EPL broadcasting rights in China, which it owns through the '18-19 season.

  • Fresh Baked

    Subway named lead sponsor for the NFL in the U.K.

  • First In Line

    Beijing 2022 signs Bank of China as first official partner.

  • Royal Lines

    England women partner with Disney princesses for girls' campaign.

  • Quick Hits

    Snapchat partners with F1 for British GP and beyond.

  • La La Land

    ManU, Real Madrid in "heated row" over L.A. arrangements for ICC.

  • Parc Place

    Groupama lands naming rights for Olympique Lyonnais' Parc OL.

  • Adding On

    Boca Juniors will expand Bombonera instead of building new stadium.

  • Taking A Break

    NRL suspends Auckland Nines to help ease workload after World Cup.

  • Border Control

    Aussie footballers say visa changes will have "adverse impact" on int'l talent.

  • A New Test

    EFL to review fit and proper test after "season of dysfunction."

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