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Bundesliga Offers Reality Check for What to Expect of Sport Post-COVID-19

Posted on 21st May, 2020 by Alistair Taylor in AFL, AGF Aarhus, AR, Atmosphere, Audience, Australian Football League, Behind Closed Doors, Borussia Monchengladbach, Broadcasters, Broadcasts, Bundesliga, Burnley, Cardboard Cut-outs, Channel Seven, Consumption Habits, Covid-19, Crowds, Empty Stadiums, Engagement, English Premier League, EPL, European Leagues, FA, Football, Fortuna Düsseldorf, Fox Footy, Frozen Sports, Government Restrictions, Innovation, Live Sports, Lockdown, Matchday Revenues, Media Consumption, Paderborn, Pandemic, Pay-tv Subscriptions, Postponement, Project Restart, Promotion, Qualification, Relegation, Rights Holders, Second Screen, Soccer, Social Distancing, Sports Fans, Stay At Home. Be In The Stands, Survey, Tweet, Twitter, Viewership, Viewing Figures, Vr, Watford, Web Conferencing and Zoom

Football (via the Bundesliga) finally returned to screens last weekend, not only serving starved sports fans with content during lockdown, but more importantly demonstrated what we can expect live football…

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The Show Must Go On – NFL Throws Screen Pass at COVID-19 with NFL Draft

Posted on 2nd April, 2020 by Alistair Taylor in All-star, Broadcasts, Bundesliga, College, College Eligibility, Console Gamers, Covid, Covid-19, Demand, Digital, Digital Pioneer, Draft, Draft Pick, Draft Prospects, Draftee, E-sports, Entertainment, ESports, Fans, Fox, Fox Sports, FS1, Health Risk, Innovation, IRacing, Live Sports, Madden, March Madness, Media Landscape, MLB, Nascar, NBA, NBA Playoffs, Networks, Nfl, Nfl Combine, NFL Draft, Nfl Madden, NHL Playoffs, Pandemic, Pay Tv, Peak Attention, Postponement, Pro Day, Rights Holders, Scouts, Season, Senior Bowl, Social Distancing, Sports Fans, Supply, Ultras, Video Conference and Virus

The NFL’s commissioner Roger Goodell announced to all 32 teams in a memo on March 26th that the NFL draft will go ahead as scheduled from the 23rd to 25th…

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