David Svenson

Back in 1960 Olympic broadcast rights sold for $1.2m. Now, with thousands of hours of quality content on a range of platforms, leading broadcasters contribute billions of dollars to the IOC coffers. Kevin Roberts reports.

Olympic Broadcasting Services is the host broadcast organisation set up in 2001 by the IOC to ensure consistency and quality of delivery of the Games to rightsholding broadcasters worldwide. Here Mark Wallace, chief content officer at OBS, answers key questions about the massive Rio 2016 broadcast operation.

Since 1988 NBC has been the Olympic rights-holder for the US, paying more for those rights than any other broadcaster. So how does executive producer Jim Bell view the upcoming Rio Games?

The World Endurance Championship has grown out of the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans into being one of motor-racing’s commercial success stories. Alex Kalinauckas investigates

The World Endurance Championship has grown out of the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans into being one of motor-racing’s commercial success stories. Alex Kalinauckas investigates

The World Endurance Championship has grown out of the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans into being one of motor-racing’s commercial success stories. Alex Kalinauckas investigates

A good sports logo provides a rallying point for sponsors and fans, and has the power to open up new commercial opportunities. But get it wrong and you could face an embarrassing backlash. Ben Cronin asks some of the world’s leading designers how to manage the creative process.

The World Endurance Championship has grown out of the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans into being one of motor-racing’s commercial success stories. Alex Kalinauckas investigates

The World Endurance Championship has grown out of the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans into being one of motor-racing’s commercial success stories. Alex Kalinauckas investigates

The NHL is making its move in Las Vegas – but what future does the NFL have in ‘Sin City’? Barry Wilner reports.

Big money is being ploughed into the evolving secondary ticketing market. Greg Pitcher looks at the implications for sport.

Five international federations are set to add their sports to the Tokyo 2020 Games programme, but what are the implications for them and the Olympic movement? SportBusiness International reports.