Sport for Business Streaming Sport in 2021
We are pleased to unveil our next Sport for Business Conference which will look in-depth at the world of Sports Streaming.
No single factor has emerged as a bigger opportunity for sport, and a bigger positive for fans than the growth of awareness of what streaming is capable of.
From professional leagues to local clubs, streaming technology has democratised the ability to deliver live sporting content to audiences at local and global level.
On the morning of Thursday, June 24th we will look under the covers of what the streaming revolution will mean for sporting bodies, sponsors, fans and media companies.
The timetable for the morning is as follows:
09:45 Virtual Doors Open
10:00 Opening Comments from Rob Hartnett, CEO of Sport for Business
10:10 LiveScore’s Champions League deal and What it Means for Fans
10:25 The Changing Face of Streaming Ireland’s Domestic Soccer
We will be joined by Mark Scanlon of the FAI to discuss the progress of LOITV
1045 Sponsors Bringing Gaelic Games to a Streaming Audience
Pippa Doyle of Littlewoods Ireland on the development of streaming through the Littlewoods Camogie National League
1100 Expectations of the Future
Irial MacMurchú of Nemeton TV joins us to discuss the differences between traditional broadcast and the streamed experience
1115 Bringing Cricket Ireland to the World
Heatley Tector of HBV Studios and Andrew May of Cricket Ireland on the success of streaming Irish Cricket to the world.
Each of the four conferences we have hosted this year has attracted strong audiences of hundreds of sporting and business leaders from across Ireland and around the world.
Sport for Business Streaming Sport in 2021 will be the same.
Attendance is free of charge for Sport for Business Members with a nominal charge to help us put on great content for those who are not yet part of our influential and growing membership network.
Details on accessing the event will be sent out on Tuesday afternoon, June 22nd.
Sport for Business Partners