Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

The uniquely unifying power of sports, and why it matters 

'Sport’s role in reducing conflict can be traced back to the creation of the Olympic Games.' Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Mark Ein
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Venturehouse Group, USA
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The Inter-Korea hockey team score in a warmup match against Sweden.
The Inter-Korea hockey team score in a warmup match against Sweden. Image: Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji
The Indo-Pak Express in action … Bopanna, left, and Qureshi.
The Indo-Pak Express in action … Bopanna, left, and Qureshi. Image: Reuters/Fredrik Sandberg/Scanpix
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