Broadcast an NFL match on the Nickelodeon Channel (with some tricks) to attract younger audiences

Broadcast an NFL match on the Nickelodeon Channel (with some tricks) to attract younger audiences

To impress tomorrow’s younger viewers and American football consumers, the NFL and broadcaster CBS decided yesterday to air a playoff game (wild card) on the children’s channel Nickelodeon.

Using special effects and other dedicated packages, Nickelodeon (the same group as CBS) provided a truly full-fledged NFL program suitable for young people. An NFL Game “Enriches” SpongeBob, mud and other Google eyes!

The game provoked the Chicago Bears against the New Orleans Saints. “This is the first time for the NFL with Nickelodeon, and we are delighted to create a unique TV show that appeals to children and families alike, while maintaining the integrity of the game and its traditions.” CBS Sports President Sean McManus said in a statement.

In a bid to transform its content with a younger and more connected audience, Olympique de Marseille launched “OMFX” in 2016, which is constantly updating the content and adapting it to social networks.

In recent years, many championships and sporting events have used technology Enrich the visitor experience (Statistics, visual effects, cameras…). In 2018, the Los Angeles Clippers NBA franchise introduced the “Clippers Courtvision” experience.

Most recently, Major League Soccer (MLS) used technology to enrich its competition with visual effects such as data and other video games.

Looking for new broadcasters for Ligu 1 and Ligu 2 after the announcement of the closure of the Professional Football League (LFP) Telefoot (MediaPro), do you think there is a potential sales outlet for co-broadcasting matches and watching matches? Was the gully type (Group M6) redesigned in baby chains in France?

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