Digital Disruption and the European Super League in Football

Sunday night was unveiled that twelve powerful football clubs across Europe – six of them from the English Premier League {Liverpool; Manchester City…Digital Disruption and the European Super League in Football

Football and TV: an unbreakable relationship?

The third blog of this series features a very special video, where i outline and analyse the relationship between football and TV.

The Digital Revolution: Is it a Disruption or an Augmentation of the Sports Industry?

The fourth blog of this series investigates the damage of the digital revolution on the sports industry, however it will highlight all the positives as to why we're moving in that direction.

Has the Rise of New Mediums in Premier League Football Coverage Caused the Decline of Radio?

Many questions have been asked regarding the longevity of radio in the current media ecology, this is partially due to the rise of, in many opinions, more superior mediums of sports coverage as we move more increasingly digital as the advancement of technology continues to increase. It is more than fair to say that the... Continue Reading →

Convergence Culture in Media Content Surrounding Premier League Football

The circulation of media content of the Premier League throughout the world is heavily dependant on the active participation of the consumer. The rise of Web 2.0 and user-generated content has allowed for the convergence of traditional mediums to integrate into digital platforms for media content, in a previous blog, 'Has the Rise of New... Continue Reading →

An analysis of early media ecology and its role on the broadcast of women’s sport

In this blog post I am going to explore the history of early media ecology and its representation of women's sport. This will be the first part of my blog 'series' where I will also explore the present and future representation of women's sport through appropriate media outlets, so watch out for those future posts!... Continue Reading →

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