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SportBusiness in Numbers Volume 8

SportBusiness in Numbers Volume 8

Published date:
17 Jul 2015
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SportBusiness in Numbers gathers the highest quality data and figures on the sports business, and analyses them in incisive feature articles. Volume 8 includes:

  • Global sports media rights industry valuations
  • European football sponsorship rights values
  • Television audiences and viewing trends for top sports events
  • Trends in fans’ consumption of sports media
  • Football fan demographics and characteristics in markets around the world.

 

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17 Jul 2015

SportBusiness in Numbers gathers the highest quality data and figures on the sports business, and analyses them in incisive feature articles. Data in this edition includes: global sports media rights industry valuations; European football sponsorship rights values; television audiences and viewing trends for top sports events; trends in fans’ consumption of sports media; and football fan demographics and characteristics in markets around the world.

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14 Jul 2015

Audience ratings and trends for major events in 2014-15 including the Fifa World Cup, Winter Olympics, Tour de France and more, with data from Eurodata TV Worldwide.The Fifa World Cup 2014 generated the largest average audience for a major international sports event (as opposed to domestic leagues and competitions) in four of the five major European markets in 2014-15. 

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14 Jul 2015

The upper echelons of European football have continued to achieve strong revenue growth over the last few years, seemingly unaffected by the challenges faced by the wider economy. Deloitte’s Sports Business Group examines the financial performance and characteristics of Europe’s top leagues. By Austin Houlihan and Andy Shaffer, with extracts from the Deloitte Annual Review of Football Finance 2015.

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