https://youtu.be/WmBxfoUYrtU For the 5th entry of this series, we're taking it to YouTube with an audio podcast about the storytelling aspect that YouTube boxing brings to the sporting World! Before listening make sure you have read my previous blog entries to catch up, thanks, guys!
(1) Old media? What’s that?
As technology advances and the world moves further into the 21st century, traditional forms of media in sports have become less and less relevant. Whether it be newspapers, radio, or television, these 'old media' platforms are quickly becoming a thing of the past. With the rise of digital media, the way in which we consume... Continue Reading →
The Past Sport Media Ecology
This is the first of a four-part blog series investigating the history, current climate and the future of sports media, commenting on the relationship and interaction between sports and media. The first post will document and analyse the past sport media ecology that has shaped the industry to what is seen today. Nystrom (1973) defines... Continue Reading →
Video – How Sport and Fashion have formed a relationship to create a new sports culture through traditional and digital media
Continuing my series on the symbiotic relationship between sport and mass media, i have posted a video to YouTube! i have a big interest in both sport and fashion and have gained a huge interest in how these worlds have collided in recent years. In the video i discuss the importance that both traditional and... Continue Reading →
What next for the future of sports consumption?
The future of the symbiotic relationship between sport and media is difficult to predict with the ever evolving digital transformations that are occurring. As technology develops and consumer habits inevitably change, so will how we consume sport through media. In this post I will discuss potential changes that we may see in the near future... Continue Reading →
Modern media – Given athletes a voice or increased the level of scrutiny?
Through the globalisation of sport via traditional media outlets such as radio, newspaper, television and magazines, the top sports athletes began to be house-hold names on a global scale. However, due to the disruptive nature of new media technologies, the insatiable appetite for sports content has long surpassed just the on-field action (Bellamy, 2013; Rowe,... Continue Reading →
Video Podcast – The power of media upon the Past, Present and Future of the Olympic Games.
Welcome back to the latest part of the series, where things are being presented in a different format today to give you guys a different viewing experience! Today’s episode is an video podcast hosted by myself. The video podcast will be centered around the past, present and future of the Olympic Games and highlighting the media's power... Continue Reading →
Audio Podcast – A game between the Three Lions and the Lionesses beyond the football pitch.
If you join me today after following me through my journey of previous blogs, thank you. If not, please feel free to scroll back and check out previous posts of mine about this topic. The blogs contain an insight to the past relationship between media and broadcasted sports. Current digital media interaction within sport and... Continue Reading →
Past relationships between media and sport.
Past relationships between the media and sport have founded today’s interpretation of different broadcasted sports. Luhmann, (2000, p1) stated “whatever we know about our society or indeed about the world in which we live, we know through mass media”. Mass media can be credited to reaching a mass audience through a different degree of formats.... Continue Reading →
Implications of the growth of women’s football (6)
This is the sixth and FINAL episode post in this blog series. A video podcast for you, discussing the potential future implications that women's football will face, and suggestions of how to optimise the future using trends from the men's game. I really hope you have enjoyed the content produced on my page! Thanks again... Continue Reading →