PR Newswire: Talkwalker launches live soccer World Cup social media dashboard (PRESS RELEASE)

PR Newswire: Talkwalker launches live soccer World Cup social media dashboard (PRESS RELEASE). ” With the soccer World Cup kicking off today in Russia, social listening and analytics company Talkwalker has launched a live dashboard and blog that allows journalists to track the highlights of the social media conversation around the tournament.”

BetaNews: Keep track of the World Cup with Google

BetaNews: Keep track of the World Cup with Google. “A range of Google services — Search, News, Assistant, Trends and more — have been updated with World Cup-specific bits and pieces to help enhance your enjoyment of the tournament. From match streams and detailed reports to behind-the-scenes footage and tips about where you can watch games, there’s something for every fan here.”

TechCrunch: Twitter snags the Major League Soccer live streaming deal from Facebook

TechCrunch: Twitter snags the Major League Soccer live streaming deal from Facebook. “Facebook is streaming Major League Baseball, and now Twitter will stream Major League Soccer. The company announced on Friday a new three-year streaming deal that will bring at least 25 soccer matches that broadcast on Univision networks in Spanish to Twitter’s network, where they’ll be available in English.”

Techdirt: The Premier League Kindly Requests Google De-List All Of Facebook Over Copyright Infringement Claims

Techdirt: The Premier League Kindly Requests Google De-List All Of Facebook Over Copyright Infringement Claims. “This is the part of the story where we all have a laugh, because Google is of course not going to delist Facebook’s homepage over the Premier League’s pirate streaming concerns. But this is also the part of the story where I remind those laughing that most sites are not Facebook. Most sites have neither the resources nor the notoriety of the world’s most popular social media platform. How many smaller sites and companies have been delisted due to these kinds of errors?”