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Owen Evans spoke to the FIFA presidential race’s inner circle – ex-members, lobbyists and national association chairmen – to see whether anyone can actually oust Sepp Blatter from his FIFA throne.

  • Date: 
    1 May 2015

    Sport’s major rights-holders will be watching closely this month as the European Commission (EC) unveils its attack against thegeo-blocking of media content. Owen Evans finds out what it could mean for the sale of broadcast rights going forward.

  • Date: 
    1 May 2015

    Charly Classen, ESPN’s boss for EMEA, told Elisha Chauhan why recent acquisitions for ESPN Player illustrate its successful approach to broadcasting non-premium sports content.

  • Date: 
    1 May 2015

    SportBusiness International asks Brett Yormark, CEO of NBA (National Basketball Association) franchise the Brooklyn Nets and its Barclays Center home, about criticisms around his marketing strategy for the Nets and new Barclays Center tenant the New York Islanders.

  • Date: 
    1 May 2015

    Britain’s high-end athletic stars have teamed up with a German supermarket known for rock-bottom prices. Matthew Glendinning and Owen Evans look at whether it is a match made in heaven or double trouble for the British Olympic Association (BOA).

  • Date: 
    1 May 2015

    If it does not happen this month, experts predict FIFA President Sepp Blatter will have to finally relinquish his throne in four years’ time. Owen Evans looks at the possible candidates were that to happen.

Daily news summaries

Date: 
1 May 2015

Sports management courses from Columbia University in the US, Northumbria University in the UK, and the UPF Barcelona School of Management have made it onto the shortlist of SportBusiness International’s Postgraduate Sports Course Rankings for the first time in 2015.