Sport was made for television. And television was made for sport. The world's first televised sporting event was the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
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Now you see it... now you don't: key legal issues for virtual advertising
Posted in Intellectual property
Virtual advertising creates opportunities for rights holders to tailor the advertising seen in a broadcast to local viewers, as the signage seen by viewers in different jurisdictions may vary.
“No fault”, no worries for the NRL?
The National Rugby League is back for another season and round one has certainly come as a welcome distraction for the game’s governing body after one of the most controversial off-seasons in recent memory.
Jockeying begins for inevitable growth in U.S. sports betting
Posted in Regulations
In a recently announced transaction, 888, a Gibraltar-based global gambling organization, acquired online sports betting platform BetBright for £15 million ($19.8 million).
Steinhoff, the cost to South African rugby?
Posted in Rugby
The Steinhoff Saga, possibly the biggest case of corporate fraud in South African history, has dominated South African and global news headlines since the company’s share price collapsed on 5 December 2017.
Narrowing the goal posts – increased regulation in Chinese football
English Football League clears Paul Scholes over potential conflict of interest
Posted in Football
The Saints-Rams “no-call” and future rule implications
Posted in NFL