Frank Dunne

The ‘Ndrangheta – the Calabrian mafia – has successfully infiltrated football in Italy. As Frank Dunne explains, some fear that its influence may now be spreading to Spain and beyond.

Following major recent developments at Bayern Munich and Manchester United, Frank Dunne explores the evolving landscape of football club channels.

Frank Dunne investigates how Lagardère’s bold investment in Africa is starting to reap rewards.

Jochen Lösch, the new chief executive of MP & Silva, tells Frank Dunne about the agency's ambitions and the abundant opportunities in Latin America and China

In-depth interview with Federico Smanio, head of digital and fan relations at Italian football's Lega Serie B, who explains the organisation's social media strategy, which is hindered by regulations preventing it from publishing match videos on social feeds.

Frank Dunne looks at the legal implications of the growing scandal surrounding sexual abuse at English football clubs.

England’s FA has set itself aggressive performance targets in its new five-year plan. To build the right foundations it needs success in its commercial operations and since August that task has fallen to Mark Bullingham. The results so far have been spectacular.

Wimbledon won the Best Use of Social Media prize at the UK's 2016 BT Sports Industry Awards. We take a deep dive into their strategy and approach in this exclusive case study.

European football's elite clubs want a greater share of TV revenues, and with the power vacuum at Uefa this is a good time to push for it.

This issue opens with two hot topics: the rollout of OTT and the big splash made by LeTV Sports’s entry into Hong Kong’s sport rights market. Both are very much the shape of things to come. P