The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has today announced that it has renewed its collaboration with Twitter and will be live streaming the 2019 ITTF Challenge Series to a global audience on the platform.
It has been another supremely testing year for the International Olympic Committee (IOC), but, as it draws to a close, the body can point to at least one modest achievement in the edgy field of social media: full gender parity on Twitter.
David Owen: Argentina’s Werthein retains Twitter crown, as Buenos Aires prepares for 2018 Youth Olympic Games
With Buenos Aires' big Olympic Moment fast approaching, it is fitting that Argentina's Gerardo Werthein should retain his status as top International Olympic Committee (IOC) Tweeter for a second year.
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has reached two million followers across its Chinese and English social media platforms.
SPORTEL chief executive Laurent Puons believes there are both positives and negatives to the growing influence of social media on the sports rights market and urged companies to work together with entities such as Facebook and Twitter.
The Organising Committee for March’s Sao Paulo 2017 Youth Parapan American Games has launched the social media profiles for the event with two months until it officially gets underway.
It is all change this year in the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Twitter charts, with a new champion and a total of six newcomers in the annual Top 20.
Restless - that was how I would sum up the atmosphere at the Sportel international sports marketing and media industry convention in Monaco last week.
Twitter has extended its relationship with the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), announcing plans to build the Red, White and #BlueRoom at USA and provide social content.
The International Paralympic Committee has unveiled a social media "rebrand".
Convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius has reportedly been used in a promotional video for the Rio 2016 Paralympics - which was posted on the Games' official Twitter page.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has a new champion Tweeter.
Australian hockey star Anna Flanagan has urged caution after her country's proposed crackdown on social media use at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
There is a crowded field of 24 contenders for the four slots on the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s Athletes’ Commission that will become available next summer, yet if success on Twitter determined the outcome, one candidate would win by a landslide.
A festive season of football and winter World Cups turned our attention briefly to sporting action this weekend before tainted normality resumed in the shape of a fresh glut of Sepp Blatter and Hein Verbruggen-themed scandals.
Several other stories also caught our attention in recent days, however, showing just how much sport has been affected by changes in science and technology.