Sportsbeat extend and expand digital content brief with Natwest 6 Nations

Sportsbeat are to continue and extend their long-running relationship with the organisers of the NatWest 6 Nations.

The agency has been the official news provider for the tournament since 2008 but in 2018 will take on a series of new multimedia responsibilities.

Sportsbeat reporters will embed with every team, producing extensive coverage – in text and video – of the senior men’s and women’s tournaments and under-20 matches. Content is produced in English, French and Italian.

You will see Sportsbeat’s work run across all the NatWest 6 Nations digital assets, including the official website and social media channels.

“We have been providing an editorial solution for the NatWest 6 Nations for a decade now and we’re delighted to have expanded and developed our editorial brief,” said Sportsbeat editor-in-chief David Parsons.

 “We’re particularly delighted to have increased the range of multimedia services we are offering.

“The NatWest 6 Nations remains one of the highlights of the sporting year and we can’t wait to tell the stories of the Championship on more platforms, and using more tools, than ever before.” 

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