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Video Streaming Platforms Offer OTT Savings Versus Cable TV Costs

Cut The Cord Because OTT Technology Saves Streaming Sports Costs

Cut The Cord Because OTT Technology Saves Streaming Sports Costs

Cutting the cord is like swimming or riding a bike solo for the first time, you simply have to plunge in when the time calls for saying good-bye to traditional cable television or satellite pay-TV commitments and go for it. In my case, paying for Comcast Xfinity TV services here in Atlanta is over for now and I’ve entered the world of OTT (over-the-top) to stream content with a Roku TV device and other video streaming platforms and applications...

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Europe, Get Ready For NFL Game Pass Europe OTT Streaming

Europe, Get Ready For NFL Game Pass Europe OTT Streaming.

NFL Game Pass Europe launched in time for the New England Patriots dismantling by the Kansas City Chiefs in game one of the 2017 season. American football fans in 61 European markets can now pay to subscribe to stream live games and compelling, data rich content with multiple screen digital device portability and user control of the feed...

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Levi’s Stadium Deploys Qylatron Entry Experience Solution By Qylur

Levi’s® Stadium to unveil new security-screening technology.

Levi’s® Stadium to unveil new security-screening technology.

Levi’s Stadium Deploys Qylatron Entry Experience Solution By Qylur

Qylur Intelligent Systems has the checkpoint of the future installed and deployed at Levi’s® Stadium one month ago with hopes the NFL approves further deployment for Super Bowl 50 just three months away. Will this security-as-a-service technology prevent the kind of suicide bomber that was blocked from entry into Stade De France national stadium during the recent Paris Attacks by ISIS terrorists? The answer is not crystal clear however last month, the company announced the signing of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the U.S...

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Kentucky Derby And Churchill Downs Use Lua Mobile Enterprise Communications

Renowned racetrack and host of the Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs, has tapped mobile enterprise communication company Lua to power the 141st annual Kentucky Derby.

Renowned racetrack and host of the Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs, has tapped mobile enterprise communication company Lua to power the 141st annual Kentucky Derby.

Kentucky Derby And Churchill Downs Use Lua Mobile Enterprise Communications

Churchill Downs and Lua partnered for the 141st annual Kentucky Derby to implement mobile enterprise communications software to handle staff-related internal communications throughout the prestigious horse racetrack. Come Friday, May 1, and Saturday, May 2, the sport event operations team has to use reliable and secure technology to communicate before, during and after, the greatest two minutes in sports. Visualize 165,000 cheering fans in the grandstands and around the horse track, most all connected to some type of digital device...

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Infographic: World Cup 2014: A Consumer’s Guide

Infographic By Sports Management Degree Hub - World Cup 2014: A Consumer’s Guide

Infographic By Sports Management Degree Hub – World Cup 2014: A Consumer’s Guide

World Cup 2014: A Consumer’s Guide

The 2014 FIFA World Cup begins tomorrow, June 12th and runs through July 13th, with host Brazil taking on Croatia so what better way to prepare yourself as an International soccer fan than an Infographic titled – World Cup 2014: A Consumer’s Guide. The Sports Techie community blog gives our global thanks to Sports Management Degree Hub and Zelda Robbins once again for sharing this unique Big Data and analytical look at the single most viewed event of the planet. What other sport business can factually claim they are bigger than the Olympics, no one. Consider the following Brazil World Cup facts listed below.

Brazil Essentials:
The population of Brazil is 201 milli...

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Technology Helps Sports Fans Defeat Information Overload Via Intel

Technology Helps Sports Fans Defeat Information Overload Via Intel - Sports Techie blog

Technology Helps Sports Fans Defeat Information Overload Via Intel – Sports Techie blog

We sports fans live in a wonderful era in that technology has been tailored to enhance the fan experience using mobile devices and apps to deliver targeted content. I wrote a contribution blog for iQ by Intel that looked at Thuuz, the Pandora of Sports, and how they are pioneering the sports tech space with software that alerts you when your favorite sports teams are about to do something you probably do not want to miss. I also analyzed the Second Screen explosion, discussed early 2014 Mobile Sports Trends, and looked proprietary data that supports the fact that sports viewers have migrated to watching on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets powered by Intel as a new standard.

Mobile App Helps...

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Wayin Helps Clients Capture, Curate and Display Social Media Content For Fans, Advertisers And Sponsors

The Wayin goal is to reach more people and audiences everywhere using hashtags, twitter handles and keywords, while improving client’s workflow and data tracking

The Wayin goal is to reach more people and audiences everywhere using hashtags, twitter handles and keywords, while improving client’s workflow and data tracking

How did Scott Johnson you go from golfing with Sun Microsystems founder and buddy Scott McNealy, to founding his own company that is Twitter Certified and worked alongside with the Denver Broncos all Super Bowl XLVIII season long, while Scott serves as Chairman? The Sports Techie community blog was able to speak with Kelsey Cullen, Marketing Manager, Wayin, about how he did this and how their startup helps to capture, curate and display content for the Broncos and other notable clients like the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA, the San Jose Sharks in the NHL, and the respected Chevrolet brand.

Twitter Certified - Full access to data, user generated content conversations

Twitter Certified – Full access to dat...

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Denver Broncos Fans Win Free Pepsi Via Magical Vending Machines

Denver Broncos Fans Win Free Pepsi Via Magical Vending Machines

Denver Broncos Fans Win Free Pepsi Via Magical Vending Machines

Leading into the Super Bowl, Pepsi surprised some lucky Denver residents when a vending machine declaring “Free Pepsi” delivered much more than advertised as the city got ready for their AFC Champions Broncos play the NFC Champions Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII held at MetLife Stadium in New York and New Jersey last Sunday, in a one-sided affair the Hawks won delivering Seattle its first NFL Championship and the Lombardy trophy to the 206. The Sports Techie community is happy to share this Pepsi advertising campaign with our readers because your city might be next.

See how the city of Denver by storm  and got people Hyped for Halftime!

See how the city of Denver by storm and got people Hyped for Halftime!

Pepsi #Halftime Denver

Denver passersby who pressed the button for free soda were...

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Actress and singer, Anna Kendrick and football legend Keyshawn Johnson take center stage in this tongue-in-cheek effort that pokes fun at all the ridiculous, excessive, overused shticks and over-the-top antics generally found in traditional Big Game commercials

Actress and singer, Anna Kendrick and football legend Keyshawn Johnson take center stage in this tongue-in-cheek effort that pokes fun at all the ridiculous, excessive, overused shticks and over-the-top antics generally found in traditional Big Game commercials

Newcastle is poking fun at the big-budget ads that many beer companies create each year and yesterday they released “The Mega Huge Football Game Ad Newcastle Could’ve Made”. Complete with giant robots, beach babes and celebrity cameos. The Sports Techie community blog is excited to share the Underwhelming Storyboard Newcastle Made, For The Overwhelming Mega Huge Football Ad We Didn’t Make, before tomorrow’s final NFL game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium that airs on Fox Sports at 6:00pm pm EST...

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NFL Football Stars and Peanuts Gang Sing National Anthem For MetLife

Behind the scene photos of football stars Emmitt Smith, Justin Tuck, Nick Mangold, Greg Jennings, Eddie George, and Josh Brown singing the national anthem.

Behind the scene photos of football stars Emmitt Smith, Justin Tuck, Nick Mangold, Greg Jennings, Eddie George, and Josh Brown singing the national anthem.

What do Emmitt Smith and Justine Tuck have in common with the Peanuts Game? They are all featured singing on a new rendition of the National Anthem released by MetLife that has a Sports Techie community look and feel to it. Not exactly sure what goes through the head of our 8-month old when he watches the YouTube video below but something tells me from the look in his eyes that he already likes NFL football stars and Charlie Brown, Lucy and Snoopy, and Linus and Peppermint Paddy, and all the others characters as much as I did or perhaps even more because he was born into this fast developing digital age...

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