Sports & Entertainment Blog

Blogs October 08, 2021 The Growth and Evolution of the Esports Business Landscape

The continued growth and evolution of esports is being fueled by the partnerships and investments in this still-emerging industry.

Blogs September 29, 2021 Football Viewership Is Back

After a successful start to the 2021 broadcast ratings, the NFL appears to have several suitors interested in broadcasting future seasons such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and others.

Blogs August 20, 2021 Scarlett Johansson vs. Disney: Changing the Power Dynamic in Hollywood

Will actors have to accept theater-to-streaming release schedules determined by movie studios, or will actors have a greater say in this hybrid release model, which could greatly impact their compensation?

Blogs August 03, 2021 U.S. Olympic Champions: Turning Gold into Gold

With no spectators at this year’s Olympics and streaming services to promote, NBC is utilizing a tried-and-true strategy by bringing in well-known former Olympic competitors to announce and analyze the games.

Blogs July 01, 2021 Are Streaming Investments Too Big to Fail?

Does the recent slight decline in viewers’ average number of streaming services indicate a dip in the market, or are there other forces at play that are setting the stage for next-level viewership?

Blogs May 27, 2021 And the Oscar Goes to: Amazon?

The theory of “content is king” is alive and well with the news that Amazon had purchased Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (“MGM”) and its vast film catalog for $8.45 billion.

Blogs April 21, 2021 Take Me Out to the Ball Game

A look at the young Major League Baseball season, including the parameters of fan attendance the much-needed revenue the fans represent.

Blogs March 31, 2021 Sports Betting’s Online Transformation and Its Impact on March Madness

This year’s NCAA March Madness basketball tournament promises to be a boon for both traditional bettors as well as a new, rapidly growing breed of online sports wagerers.

Blogs March 24, 2021 NFL Franchise Tag 2021

The NFL franchise tag provides players with a lucrative one-year salary, prevents them from reaching free agency, and serves as a valuable commodity for teams to strategically plan their rosters for the upcoming season.