Kevin Roberts

Kevin Roberts asks whether Brand Football needs to sever its ties with gambling in all its forms.

Kevin Roberts finds out what lessons Budapest has learned from its failed Olympics bid and whether another tilt at the Games is likely.

The benefits of staging the Olympic Games are not being sold persuasively enough, according to Kevin Roberts.

As the 2017 F1 season grinds into gear, Kevin Roberts looks at the changing face of motorsport’s premier global series as it enters a new era under the control of Liberty Media.

Senator George J Mitchell has had a remarkable career in business, politics and sport and, writes Kevin Roberts, his focus on building bridges and creating opportunities for development is the thread that unites them all.

In the ‘fake news’ era, sport has an opportunity to be seen as a bastion of authenticity for brands, according to Kevin Roberts.

Kevin Roberts looks at how international federations have adopted different approaches to managing their commercial rights.

Kevin Roberts considers the impact of the disruptive Chinese Super League's mega-millions on football's established superpowers.

How can the BBC continue to compete for sports rights in an evolving media marketplace? Kevin Roberts reports.

Kevin Roberts asks a series of sports industry experts about the global outlooks of the 'big four' established major leagues in the US.

Q. What’s the difference between Aeroflot and a Scud missile? A. Aeroflot has killed more people.