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Category: Lesson 2.6 – Technology in Sports & Entertainment

Walmart Uses Football for New Marketing Push With Drones

Arkansas and Missouri have a common border, which the University of Arkansas notes has a history of “disputed demarcations.” These historical disputes turned modern-day competition eventually spurred a college football game known as the Battle Line Rivalry between the University of Arkansas and the University of Missouri. Click here to read

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Amazon Invests in Trading-Card Platform Dibbs as Collectibles Boom

Amazon.com Inc. is investing in sports-card marketplace Dibbs, entering a booming collectibles industry as interest rises in alternative assets. Click here to read the story at bloomberg.com. Discussion Questions: What are collectibles? What do collectibles have to do with the business of sports and entertainment? Why do you think trading cards have

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How NASCAR is in the race to develop a brand identity for the metaverse

NASCAR and esports entertainment holding company Subnation have teamed up to bring the popular motorsports brand into the metaverse with persistent digital experiences that help fans engage more deeply. Click here to watch the story at digiday.com. Discussion Questions: What is digital marketing? Why is an effective digital marketing strategy important

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Product Placement, Now Starring in the Streaming Era

Hiram Lodge, the manipulative crime lord who targets the fictional town of Riverdale, sits back in his office chair. After plotting his latest scheme with a cohort over submarine sandwiches, he takes a bite of a Doritos chip, holding the bag in clear view of the camera while looking away

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