Fox Sports is a major sports media company that’s focused on live streaming.
It’s one of the largest players in the live sports business, and in recent years has focused on digital advertising.
This year, it announced that it’s partnering with technology company GrandCompsit, which it bought in 2016 for $2.2 billion.
This gives GrandCompte the power to build its own analytics software that would give advertisers more insight into how fans are using their apps, and GrandComposer will be able to share this data with advertisers and brands.
In addition, GrandComport will offer a cloud-based analytics platform for mobile apps.
It’ll allow users to track app usage over time, and show ads that are most relevant to the user’s interests and preferences.
The platform will allow GrandComp to better target ads based on how well the app is performing on mobile devices.
The deal is the latest in a series of big moves by GrandComports and Fox Sports.
Earlier this year, the company unveiled the debut of its app, GrandSport, and it will soon be available on iOS and Android.
The company is also looking to open up a new streaming business, where it plans to sell ad inventory.
It plans to do this through a separate entity called GrandSport.
That entity is currently run by a former Fox Sports employee.
It will be run by the company’s head of digital, Craig Stumpf, who previously served as the president of Fox Sports digital, digital media, and digital product.
Stumpff will oversee all of GrandCompet’s digital business, including the creation of its new analytics platform.
« The future of live sports will be based on a combination of analytics and data, » said Stump, who joined Fox Sports in 2017.
« GrandComport is a great example of what a data-driven business can do. »
Fox Sports says it has been developing a platform for this for about six months.
GrandCompenet is already working with its advertising partners to figure out how GrandComs apps are performing on different platforms.
GrandSports already offers analytics for sports streaming services like Amazon and Apple’s NFL Live.
Fox Sports plans to offer GrandCompedet to advertisers as well.
Grandcompsit has worked with sports leagues for years, and is already well-known for its data analytics tools for teams.
For example, it recently developed a platform that shows how a team’s players are performing based on their stats, such as how they move, jump, and perform tackles.
This kind of data is used by NFL teams to figure things out like what their starting lineup should look like and what each player’s role is.
« We are really excited about this collaboration, » said Scott Stinson, Fox Sports’ chief strategy officer.
« It’s great to see GrandComPSit becoming part of our global advertising ecosystem. »
The deal comes as GrandCompees chief executive has stepped up efforts to invest in technology and to make sure its apps are running smoothly on the platforms they’ll be running.
« A lot of companies are moving towards a digital future, » Stinson said.
« I think the GrandComplite acquisition will be the most significant move for the company.
It gives us the tools and access to our data we need to build our own analytics tools that we’ll be able leverage in the future. »