YouTube Uses Recommended Videos, Not Live Sports, to Keep Users

Like all digital platforms, YouTube’s business model is built around keeping users connected for as long as possible. The Google-owned video streaming service has accomplished that predominantly through its recommendation algorithms, which aim to follow one video clip with another similar one, based on a user’s tastes. According to Tim Katz, head of sports partnerships…

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Kai Lenny Wants to Protect the Monster Waves He Rides

SportTechie’s Athletes Voice series features the views and opinions of the athletes who use and are powered by technology. SportTechie recently spoke to professional surfer Kai Lenny about the World Surf League and how a changing environment is affecting the Earth’s oceans. To be the first to hear each athlete’s insights, subscribe to the Athletes Voice…

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Private Excursions in Santorini

All the visitors who come to Santorini, look for the best options to visit the island and in that way to know every place and corner that makes this magical place, one of the most demanded tourist sites. Looking for options, visitors have at their disposal several companies that offer private tours that will make…

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How To Keep Your Cool At The Poker Table

While an element of luck is involved in poker, it is also a sport in which skill plays a huge part in determining who walks away victorious. Managing your emotions is a key asset of all great poker players, but how do the pros keep their feelings in check and what can enthusiastic amateurs learn…

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NFL Teams Will Have Access to New Ticketing Data for 2019 Season

Over the past year and a half, the NFL has added two million new names to its consumer ticketing database. Allison Katz-Mayfield, the senior director of strategy and analytics for club business development at the NFL, discussed how the league will share that data in a session at last week’s Horizon Summit at Levi’s Stadium….

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