October 2022

Broadcast Sport Leaders Forum to be Sponsored by dock10

Broadcast Sport Leaders Forum to be Sponsored by dock10

dock10 is proud to be the headline sponsor of the Broadcast Sport Leaders Forum 2022. This major event brings together sports production and broadcast leaders in a range of insightful speaker sessions. This year, the sessions' key themes include producing the biggest sport events of the year; sports broadcasting in 2022 and beyond; and sports on social media.

‘Sports Broadcasting in 2022 and Beyond’ focuses on the most significant issues impacting sports broadcast. It explores the changing landscape and how sports broadcasters are adapting their services and shifting their focus to compete with the influx of high-spending sports streamers coming to the market. It also considers the impact of the new joint venture between Discovery and BT Sport and what it will mean for sports viewing in the UK.

‘Sports Production: The Big Events’ takes a behind-the-scenes look at how UK production companies televised some of the year's biggest sporting events, including the Women's Euros and the Commonwealth Games. Full of insights into how broadcasters ensure the best quality coverage within the budgets available, it also considers some of the more innovative approaches being used for new sports like Extreme E.

‘Top Tips for Sports on Social Media’ looks at how to make sports content that will resonate on TikTok, YouTube, Insta and Facebook. With hints and tips for maximising reach and fan engagement on these platforms, it will highlight why social media values sports content so highly and how it can increase revenue through sponsorship and other opportunities.

‘Exclusive Data and Insight’ will provide invaluable independent analysis of the sports media sector in 2022. Industry-leading data analytics and consulting company, Global Data provides insights into the changing shape of sports broadcasting, and the way sports are being produced and consumed. It will also uncover how key sports are being distributed internationally and explore how the growth of women's sport will impact future rights deals.