Like most other industries, sports are being disrupted by technology advancements and cultural changes. How can sports executives capitalize on these industry changes in 2019? Our annual report explores eight trends that could redefine the sports industry in the year ahead.

Lionsgate and Hemisphere Media Group announced that their premium Spanish-language streaming service PANTAYA is set to launch its first-ever original scripted series “El Juego de las Llaves” (The Game of Keys) this fall.

“Boxeo Telemundo” celebrates 30 years on the air, setting a historic milestone as the longest-running sports program in Spanish-language television.

Facebook has been under fire from the mainstream media for about a year, but its brand-safety and privacy scandals haven’t deterred advertisers. In its recent Q4 earnings report, the social giant reported its North American average ad revenues per user (AARPU) were up nearly 30%, and more advertisers than ever are buying.

With newer generations coming into the consumer fold, the U.S.’ mosaic of buyers grows more diverse. As such, measuring these audiences has become increasingly pertinent—not only because of the value of representation, but because these audiences are helping to shape the future of how we consume and communicate. Women and multicultural consumers have become a driving force in tech and media, particularly when it comes to handheld devices. Mobile devices’ avenues for content and their wide availability are giving power to these diverse groups.

How many Americans tuned in to watch this year’s Super Bowl? How engaged was the audience via digital and social? In the latest episode of "Behind the Numbers," Paul Verna digs into the data for the low-scoring game.

Andrés Cantor’s daily soccer show Futbol de Primera is now available in its podcast version in most of the most popular streaming platforms: Apple’s Podacast, Spotify and Overcast as FDPRadio

"Behind the Numbers" completes its investigation of sports streaming around the world with a look at two key Latin American markets, Brazil and Mexico. eMarketer's Paul Verna and Matteo Ceurvels discuss the platforms, popular sports and opportunities for marketers.

Mobvious Media announced the appointment of George Ruiz to the position of Midwest Sales Director. In this position, Ruiz will help lead the Mobvious business in the Midwest region. Ruiz will report to Heidi Corn, Vice President of Sales.

Telemundo Deportes released initial details of its 2019 Copa America coverage plans. As the exclusive Spanish-language home of the tournament taking place in Brazil June 14-July 7, Telemundo Deportes will present all 26 matches live in Spanish on Telemundo, Universo, and Telemundo Deportes’ app and digital platforms. Telemundo Deportes will offer the most extensive Spanish-language coverage ever across all its media platforms, ensuring the most robust viewing experience for all soccer fans.

Out-of-home (OOH) advertising is weathering the digital storm better than several other legacy ad mediums.

Adsmovil announced the launch of its audience data platform, ‘Adsmovil Personas,’ which will allow brands and agencies to target U.S. Hispanic audiences via decoupled data from their preferred DSPs at scale.

The Dominican Professional Baseball Winter League (LIDOM, for its Spanish acronym) Finals will air in the U.S. exclusively on Televisión Dominicana.

While more and more Americans are watching video content – TV shows, movies, and short video – on their smartphones, new research from MRI shows that video remains a highly social medium.

About half of Facebook users say they are not comfortable when they see how the platform categorizes them, and 27% maintain the site's classifications do not accurately represent them

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