Tag Archives: Amazon

Malta monitors Franco-German ‘EU digital taxation framework’ proposal

Industry stakeholders are monitoring the European Union’s potential proposal to introduce a ‘digital taxation framework’, aimed at consolidating taxes for digital enterprises with multi-national operations and commercial services. The new scheme is being spearheaded by the governments of Germany and France and aims to crack down on tax avoidance loopholes, which have been perceived to be used by multi-national tech …

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SBC’s on the ball: Paradise Papers rocks world football

From sponsorship to the ever-expanding world of football media coverage, when it comes to the business of football, SBC has you covered. This edition shines a spotlight on the recently-leaked Paradise Papers, and the question marks over club ownership that these papers have thrown up. We’ll also reflect on allegations of match fixing against Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis, CONCACAF’s …

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Luis Waters – Movable Ink – New Tricks…Why email matters more than ever

Email may well be the oldest digital marketing discipline, however, US technology and engagement firm Movable Ink believes that it remains the most misunderstood channel and can further offer marketeers’ the best campaign ROI. Luis Waters UK account lead for Movable Ink, a specialist in all-things email (data collection, engagement, personalisation, journey) speaks to SBC on why industry stakeholders can …

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Peak Performance…Sky Betting & Gaming migrates Sky Bet Engine to Amazon Web Services

Seeking to gain improved all-around scalability combined with peak operating performance, Sky Betting & Gaming (SB&G) has informed that it has migrated its Sky Bet trading engine onto Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing systems. Having recently built new trading and pricing provisions/components for SkyBet.com, SB&G’s in-house development and engineering teams had trialled Amazon serverless computing modules. By migrating its …

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Amazon moves in on UK sports content securing ATP broadcast deal

The ATP, the governing body of professional men’s tennis and operator of the ‘ATP World Tour’ has confirmed that US tech giant Amazon has secured its UK broadcast rights. Having agreed terms on a reported £10 million per year content deal, Amazon Prime will become the main UK broadcaster of ATP syndicated matches/tournaments, replacing current incumbent Sky Sports. The ATP’s …

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Major Shake-up! Sky changes sports subscriptions & content strategy

Ahead of the start of the 2017/18 English Premier League season (12 August), main broadcaster Sky will move to scrap its individual sports channels, with a view of streamlining its content and viewer paid subscription packages. Seeking to boost its subscriptions, the broadcaster will retire its Sky Sports Channels (1,2.3, 4 & 5) creating new ‘sports-themed’ package options for customers. Sky’s …

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Twitter loses streaming rights to NFL Thursdays

Social media network, Twitter has lost the right to live stream NFL ‘Thursday Night Games’, as the league chooses Amazon as its new content streaming partner. Updating league stakeholders, NFL governance informed that Amazon, the world’ largest digital retailer had won the right to stream 10 NFL Thursday night games for season 2017/18. US business news sources report that the …

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