Meet the Team – Elliot Hall

Welcome to my blog! My name is Elliot, a 24 year old First Class Sport Management graduate from Loughborough University. My previous work experience as Commercial Executive for a rugby management agency alongside the marketing modules of my undergraduate degree confirmed my passion for Sport Marketing along with my desire to forge a career in... Continue Reading →

Meet the Team – Niranjan Pushpanathan

Hi this is Niranjan and I'm currently pursuing my masters (full-time) in Strategic Sport Marketing at Leeds Beckett University (LBU) Headingley campus. I am an International student from India and I'm a lawyer by academic qualification having completed a 5 year integrated course in Commerce and Law from the Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University... Continue Reading →

Analysis Of Present Media Ecology In Cricket

Cricket’s market around the globe is valued at 320 million USD in 2020 and is targeted to be 370million USD by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4-5% during 2021-2025 (Market Research Store, 2020). This shows that how vastly the market is spreading and how important it is to promote the sport significantly so... Continue Reading →

Analysis Of Digital Disruption in Cricket in India

Any digital disruption, when challenges an existing dominant firm & cause systemic effect in the market or industry at that time such innovation with particular effect is commonly known as digital disruption. Wherein it makes sure that it pays special attention to practitioner & researcher (Skog, et al., 2018). The first disruption in cricket was... Continue Reading →

Analysis Of The Relationship {Past and Present} Medium in Cricket in India

After the analysis of past and present media ecology, we can clearly say that there was an evolution in past media. None of the past media got out of the trend rather all the mediums got updated in current media mediums (Rajendran & Thesinghraja, 2014). Like newspaper and magazines shifted from physical to digital platform... Continue Reading →

Audio Podcast: Analysis of Participatory Culture in Cricket in India

In this podcast I have discussed and given a brief idea about the participatory culture in cricket in India with different media which helps sports to affect the society and culture. https://youtu.be/XUiThohYBMk Audio Podcasts on Cricket and Participatory Culture

Analysis of Past Media Ecology in Cricket

Western countries were among the first to identify the significance of “Media “ in late 1867 (UW Libraries Special Collections Division, 2008). The root of this marketing type gained significant importance because of its function (Arackal, 2013): Mirroring Society- reporting or recording faithfully & objectively events as they happen.Setting agenda- deals with social responsibilities. Picture... Continue Reading →

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

Analysis the future of media ecology of Rugby and the emerging platforms which may present in a newer media ecology.

As written about in the last blog post, transmedia storytelling may change and adapt as new broadcasting and social media platforms arise in popularity. As seen in the past twenty years, the evolution of media platforms has grown exponentially, and in an increasing social way (Lindgren, 2017). The internet and television channels have changed to... Continue Reading →

An analysis of past media ecology compared to the present media ecology.

Some authors suggest that mass media is a reflection of the current political and social economic state of the public (McQuail and Deuze, 2020). This is supported by Jenkins (2016) who suggests that there is a distinction between highbrow and lowbrow culture; lowbrow (mass) culture being the prime site were media spread happens. This blog... Continue Reading →

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