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How Twitter’s New NFL Streaming Partnership Could Change the Entertainment Game

This week, Twitter secured the rights to stream Thursday Night Football games in a partnership with the NFL. The deal gives Twitter the ability to stream 10 live games for free directly to its users. It’s a huge coup for Twitter, and sees the company go from a more bystander role in the sports and […]

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College Football Tailgating & 4 Tips for Marketers on Joining the Conversation

College football is one of the most lucrative sports – college or pro – in North America, with net revenue topping $345 million in 2014 and showing no signs of slowing down. More than 49 million fans attend college games every year, and over 3 million fans can be found talking about college football on […]

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What the World Cup Water Cooler Means for U.S. Brands

The World Cup has become big business for brands – even in America, where soccer (“football” to the rest of the world) has historically not enjoyed the same fanfare as it has internationally. Still, consumer interest here in the States is on the rise and marketers have been quick to follow. According to a recent […]

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