Highlights From Our October Issue
EX SKY SPORTS BOSS BARNEY FRANCIS FINDS CAUSE FOR OPTIMISM AMID THE LOCKDOWN VIEWING FIGURES
Covid creates challenging new era for media rights business
Monkey Knife Fight looks to advance status as industry disruptor
Despite 23 Capital’s demise, football’s financiers are here to stay
Borussia Dortmund woos Chinese fans with virtual summer tour
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USTA chief executive Michael Dowse tells SportBusiness how, despite facing multiple unprecedented issues and sharp ratings declines, the organization was able to bring back elite tennis and make a small profit with the US Open. Bob Williams reports
Covid-19 may have proved too much for 23 Capital, but business is booming for other lenders in the football finance sector.
Francis: OTT streaming operators have struggled to provide lockdown service
Barney Francis, the former managing director of the UK division of Sky Sports, has suggested the Covid-19 crisis has exposed the business models of some of the OTT streaming services operating in the sports sector.Read this month's interview here
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