In the sports broadcasting industry, you never have to wait too long before one of the world’s biggest sports properties announces a mega multi-million dollar TV deal.

Highlights and insights from the European Sponsorship Association conference held in London in April 2013

Pauline McVey, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, looks at televised sport in Russia and considers the impact of the decision by the Russian Premier League to launch its own football channel

Repucom’s Ed Wooller asks if the NBA is beginning to succeed where the domestic game has failed in the UK.

On the eve of the 2012 ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) World Tour Finals in London, ATP boss Brad Drewett tells Kevin Roberts about the challenges of realising the value of the players he represents…

Four industry experts explain what makes great PR in event bidding, branding, working the digital channels and sponsorship activation

Why the Olympic torch relay has seen Lloyds TSB formulate the largest PR and communications campaign of its 2012 partnership.

The first in a series of blogs by Gordon Lott, Head of Olympic Marketing and Group Sponsorship at Lloyds Banking Group.

One of the key objectives of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s broadcast strategy is “to ensure the long-term financial future of the Olympic Movement and the Olympic Games.”

Sport and New Media set to showcase the latest innovations in digital sport

A new SportBusiness event - the mSport Summit - comes to London on April 26th

Doug Perlman explains why the NBC/Comcast merger will have the biggest impact on the future of the sports business.

Next on the SportBusiness conference calendar: Sport and iGaming 2011

If you haven't made it to Monaco, TV Sports Markets can bring you up to speed on the latest developments in the business.

Ben Speight, head of SportBusiness Intelligence, breaks down the German TV market – one of the few in Europe where free-to-air spend on sport is higher than that of pay-TV.