Tag: Wall Street Journal

Tencent Renewal: NBA the Envy of Global Sports Rights Holders?

Posted on 1st August, 2019 by Alistair Taylor in Audience Reach, CBA, Chinese Basketball Association, Custom Interactive Services, Digital Partner, Fanbase, Houston Rockets, Live Sports, Loyalty Schemes, MAUs, National Basketball Association, NBA, NBA 2K League, NBA China, QQ, Revenue Diversification, Rights Acquisition, Rights Extension, Social Reach, Sports Franchise, Sports Rights, Strategic Pivot, Streaming, Svod, Take Two Interactive, Tencent, Toronto Raptors, Ufc, Video On Demand, Wall Street Journal, Wechat, Weixin and Wiebo

The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Chinese tech conglomerate Tencent have announced a five-year extension of their existing partnership, with Tencent acting as the NBA’s official digital partner until the…

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Super Bowl Ads 2019: The Death Wish of Playing Safe

Posted on 31st January, 2019 by Georgia Meyer in Baby Boomers, Brexit, Budweiser, Cardi B, CBS, Climate Change, Coca Cola, Colin Kaepernick, Gillette, Government Shut Down, Heineken, Just Do It, Nfl, Nike, Pepsi, Pringles, Stella Artois, Steve Carrell, Super Bowl, Super Bowl 2019, Vice, Wall Street Journal and Wind Power

Over the last few years, brands have been taking increasingly political stances. Whether Heineken’s ‘Open Your World’ 2017 ad, or Gillette’s ‘We Believe: The Best Men Can Be’ spot at…

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