PtG Article 25.11.2015

All recorded material from Play the Game 2015 is now available

One month ago, Play the Game hosted its most extensive conference to date, Play the Game 2015 in Aarhus, Denmark. Now, much of the conference content is available either as video or audio recordings.

Whether your main interest is corruption in FIFA, governance challenges in other sports, match-fixing, doping, the need for innovation in physical activity or any other issue on top of the international sports agenda, there is a fair chance you will find highly interesting stuff on the website of Play the Game 2015, our most extensive conference to date.

As of now, much of the conference content is available either as video or audio recordings.

Throughout the four conference days, 25-28 October 2015, more than 70 hours of conference took place featuring 159 speakers who gave 171 presentations in a total of 41 sessions, most of which are now available as on-demand video and/or audio.

26 videos and 24 audio files are now available online, giving you a chance to relive much of the Play the Game 2015 conference.

It is possible to listen to audio files from 23 different sessions and you can download them as a podcast on iTunes or via XML.

Videos of the sessions can be found on Play the Game’s YouTube channel, where 22 sessions are available as video recordings. Here, you will also find six interviews with selected speakers at the conference.

For a full overview of the recorded sessions, go to our on-demand page.

Conference photos and presentations

The conference was also covered by our conference photographer Thomas Søndergaard, and his almost 300 photos portray the conference’s delegates both during presentations and in more informal situations.

The conference photos can be used for editorial purposes if credited ‘Thomas Søndergaard / Play the Game’ and can be found in high resolution on our Flickr page or on the Photos page on the conference website.

Presentations made at the conference are also available and can be found here.

Finally, we would like to remind you that it is still possible to read the articles from Play the Game 2015, which give insights into many of the issues raised during the conference.

Journalism students' coverage

A class of TV-journalism students from the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) also contributed to the conference coverage with video clips with selected speakers, subjects and ‘behind the scenes’ reports from the Play the Game 2015.

The conference coverage made by the journalism students is available on their YouTube channel.