Digital Media is uncharted territory that is beginning to get explored by many sporting leagues. Sports entities are turning to Facebook, Twitter, Google, SnapChat, and countless others to reach fans on a totally different platform that allows them to reach out to fans in personal ways. They get instant feedback on whatever they post.
Digital media in sports isn’t a field that existed years ago, but it does now. There is a fascinating story about some recent digital deals from the Sports Business Journal that highlights four brand new deals that are gaining a lot of attention. Some of the topics covered include: “Four digital rights deals in recent weeks: Twitter’s two-year pact with the National Lacrosse League, Facebook’s one-year deals with the Word Surf League and Univision/MLS, and Turner’s UEFA Champions League deal.”
Read on to find out more about those deals and where you could fit into that new field.