NFL on the Digital Frontier
NFL’s chief information officer will share the innovative ways that the country's largest professional sports league is advancing both the game and the fan experience through digital technology, such as sensors, AI and machine learning.
In Sports Technology
The Future of Streaming Sports
Sports are perhaps the most critical piece in the future of live television. As long-term TV contracts expire and exclusive broadcast rights are up for bid, streamers are in a fierce competition to claim new territory.
Technology that Will Revolutionize Sports
Cloud, artificial intelligence, 5G and XR are revolutionizing business opportunities in the sports industry. Explore the rising players in this game-changing market and what lies ahead for 2020.
Getting Brand and Content Right
Howard Mittman, CEO of Bleacher Report, shares how ads are evolving from a 30-second video that's between you and the content you're watching to an ad that is relevant to your interests and seemlessly transitions between intermissions.
The Next Generation Olympics
For each Olympics, brands, tech companies, and host cities put on the most exciting games complete with drones, VR, cashless payments, and more. Join sports leaders as they describe the innovative ways the Olympics become more sustainable and thrive.
The State of Sports Analytics
Sports franchises use big data to support roster decisions, improve player performance and optimize coaching decisions, but analytics also help identify new revenue streams and enhance the in-game fan experience.
An Insider's Perspective of CES 2020
Jean Foster, SVP Marketing & Communications, Consumer Technology Association, discusses the evolution of CES amidst rapid technological change.