Gian-Franco Kasper is the man tasked with saving SportAccord from Olympic oblivion after ex-president Marius Vizer alienated the union of sports federations from the large parts of the sports industry.
Eurosport CEO Peter Hutton has overseen dramatic change in just four months of stewardship of the Discovery-owned broadcaster. Matt Cutler travelled to Paris to ask him about the future ambitions of the company.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation into corruption in football is unprecedented and has presented the sports marketing industry with a number of complicated questions. We canvassed industry insiders to try to answer five of the most pressing questions.
The US Olympic Committee (USOC) is on the lookout for a new candidate city for the 2024 summer Olympic Games after Boston’s troubled bid was officially dropped yesterday (Monday) due to concerns over levels of public support.
International sports broadcaster Eurosport has agreed a five-year extension to its deal with Amaury Sport Organisation for exclusive television and digital rights of its cycling events in the Asia-Pacific region.
UK media regulator Ofcom has launched a supplementary consultation over whether pay-television broadcaster Sky’s demand that rival operators supply key sports rights in exchange for its own sports content “would prejudice fair and effective competition.”