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Join this influential panel of sports media rights content owners, buyers, sellers and partners, who will discuss and share insight on navigating and negotiating deals in the disruptive new horizon post COVID-19. Choppy waters ahead or a blip in the ocean?
Today's video pirates are increasingly sophisticated players who are continually upping their game with robust, savvy operations and smart technologies to exploit vulnerabilities at every link of the distribution chain. With a blend of human and digital intelligence, it is possible to build a comprehensive and detailed picture of the complex and constantly evolving pirate ecosystem. We can use this to crack the criminal mind-set, upset the economics of their business models, and identify emerging trends in preparation for the next wave. Anti-piracy technologies, policies and legal frameworks are all informed by this deep intelligence: This ensures that as an industry we adopt the right strategies and technologies to combat the growing piracy threat. And importantly we can measure success in tackling it too.
Did you notice that TV channels always broadcast the same sports? People HAVE TO watch mainstream events with no alternative such as lower leagues, emerging, women's or disabled sports! Even esports are not visible! We are bringing an innovative approach both by the business model for rights owners (leagues, federations, club, players...) and by the technology, offering a brand new fan experience to increase emotions watching contents delivered by a state-of-the-art multi-tenant cloud video platform. Ultimately Sportall stands as the new generation of sports Media company.
What level of strategy sits behind the music for UEFA Europa League, English Premier League, AJAX, Celtic and West Ham United Football Clubs? And what about Fox Sports and Eurosport for broadcast? What does the sports industry sound like? And what is the rationale behind it? Let Charles Gadsdon, Global Director of Growth at international creative music agency MassiveMusic, tell you about how a strategic approach to sound and music can future-proof your sports brand, increase emotional recall for your audience and cater to all of your touchpoints for years and years to come. Find out what you're missing out on before it's too late.
The first in the esports Masterclass series will shine the spotlight on the ‘crossover' trend for consolidations between communities from parallel and emerging ecosystems, such as esports with traditional sports. Hear from our expert panelists how this shift unlocks exciting new mutually beneficial partnerships for content owners, broadcasters, digital platforms, agencies and data and technology providers, opening up new audiences and opportunities as the lines blur between tradition and innovation.
New collaborations and cross industry knowledge best practices are powering creative new channels for the production and distribution of (e)sports media content which accelerated during the early months of the COVID-19 crisis. Esports was catapulted ahead of its traditional sports ‘big brother' as a medium for entertaining sports fans, not only across streaming platforms, but also emerging via linear channels hungry for content throughout the live sport hiatus, to keep fans entertained and on board. Learn more on how the seeds have been sown for fruitful partnerships moving forward.