The One-Zero Event at the Aviva Stadium next week has brought together a strong group of some of the most influential leaders in the business of sport at a global level.

There are four specific stages dedicated to Broadcast and Media; Fan Engagement; Sports technology and Sponsorship, as well as a Main stage where the list of keynotes is a who’s who of those shaping the future of how sport is managed and consumed.

Sport for business will be part of the day, with Rob Hartnett hosting the Broadcast and Media Stage.

We have enabled 25 Women from within the Sport for Business Membership to attend for free as part of an Inspire Women in Sport initiative and throughout this week we will highlight the key speakers who will star on the day.

As we continue to preview some of the different areas that will be covered on the day, today we alight on that broadcast and media stage which we are excited to be a part of alongside big names from Dazn, Bleacher report, GAAGo and many more.

1050 Alexandra Willis on the Key Role of Data and Technology

Willis is the Head of Communications, content and Digital at the All England Lawn Tennis Club and the Wimbledon Championships.  In conversation with Eoin Connolly of SportsPro she will outline the digital transformation that Wimbledon has undertaken and the advances in engagement that have kept it at the head of the game in so many areas.

1405 The Rise of OTT and What’s Good for the Fan in Broadcasting

What’s good for the fan in broadcasting? Given the recent increase in the amount of publishers implementing subscription models, and broadcasters and rights holders moving towards OTT, it’s an area of massive interest.  This promises to be one of the highlights of the day with Sarah Beattioe from DAZN, Maria Rua Aguete from IHS Markit and Noel Quinn of the GAA trying to guide os on the future.

1450 Bleacher Report and Reaching Fans though Engaging Content

Lee Walker is the Global Managing Editor of Bleacher Report, one of the most engaged sports brands in the world.

He will guide us through their approach to engaging Millenial and Gen Z men through a mix of thoughful analysis pieces, smart parody videos and intelligent social strategy.

He will look to answer the question of what the modern publisher can do to develop a more engaged audience?

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