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Here are the BBC’s plans for the first ‘24/7 World Cup’

The BBC has been upping the game for digital sports coverage in recent times, with the Olympic Games and its Winter counterpart showing what an all-encompassing, cross-platform broadcasting extravaganza can look like in an age of near-ubiquitous connectivity. And with the 2014 football World Cup in Brazil now almost a month away, the UK broadcaster has outlined its plans for the prestigious event. As with previous years, the BBC and ITV are splitting coverage roughly down the middle, but given the former’s multi-platform reach across Web, mobile/tablet apps, games consoles, connected TVs and Google Chromecast, it will be harder to…

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