Has the Rise of New Media in Football caused the decline of the Television?

This will be our final blog in the series of sport media ecology where throughout this serieswe have aimed to provide an insight to the coverage of sport ecology through the hindsightof football, with finer details into women's football. Within this final blog, we will befocusing on the rise of social media as a medium... Continue Reading →

How Over-the-Top (OTT) has disrupted the sports broadcasting landscape

Kevin Larroyer / January 12, 2022 This video podcast discusses the shifting and disruptions of the sports broadcasting landscape from the pay-television towards OTT (Over-The-Top) platforms at this stage of my career also, how Rugby League adapts to Gen Z and Millennial consumption changing behaviours. https://youtu.be/8X0fJ5grCFk Do you prefer pay-tv or OTT to watch sports?... Continue Reading →

The Future of Sports Broadcasting: How Social Media will complement TV broadcasting

Kevin Larroyer / January 2, 2022 The Future of Sports Broadcasting As discussed in the video podcast, sports fans are moving fast away from traditional cable cords and shifting towards OTT platforms (Perez, 2018). 63% of sports fans say they would be prepared to pay more than £10 per month for OTT platforms that broadcast... Continue Reading →

Review of the 3 trends which are changing Gen Z sports consumption: eSports, Augmented and Virtual reality

Kevin Larroyer / December 10, 2021 In my first two blogs, I reviewed how my dad consumed sports highly influenced by the traditional media. Then, I looked at my sports consumption which is a mix of traditional and new media. In this blog, I look at how Generation Z consume sports as they have grown... Continue Reading →

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