Examining the role of sports broadcasting in female football leagues, columnist Sofia Bergmann dissects what effect media support has within sport and its continued impact within gender inequality.
Tag: sports media
Resonating globally and offering a unique perspective into sports photography, 2POINT8, the new bi-annual magazine, created by sports photographers for sports photographers is showcasing the often underrepresented stories from behind the lens that produced some of the most recognizable sports imagery to date.
Created to "promote and navigate the global SportsTech ecosystem" SportstechX is cutting through all the noise in the sports tech sector. We chatted to Co-Founder, Rohn Malhotra.
An interview with Sportening’s Founder & CEO Ivan Klarić on the sport startups ethos, motivations, evolution and the significance of sport fans.
One Year to Qatar 2022: In the latest of our series of pieces looking ahead to the World Cup finals, The Game columnist Andy Murray wonders whether it’s possible to detach the tournament itself from the host country’s human rights’ abuses
From the most disappointing losses to historic wins, Frank Hörmann has covered seven World Cup tournaments over the years.
One Year to Qatar 2022: From deep within the IMAGO archives, a series of photographic gems from the historic players of past World Cups. From family photos to 1980’s bar culture and candid images that tell the stories of the players beyond their position on the pitch.
One Year to Qatar 2022: Kicking off our World Cup short series, columnist Sofia Bergmann delves into our archive and dissects the dichotomy between the two nations, their opposition and their history of world cup meets.
Chatting with The World Sports Photography Awards, we take a look at how they began their story and how their motivations have shaped an evolution. Celebrating sports photography and its professional photographers, take a look at this year’s top ten shots.
In the feature article from our latest Zine, ICONS, sports columnist Alex Reid examines our intrinsic need to idolise those who achieve greatness despite their epic failings, not because they do not appear to have any.