A pillar in the action sports community, Oliveras’ decision marks a change on the horizon.
Fuel TV Executive Vice President CJ Oliveras Departs–How This Effects Action Sports
New Dream Surf Break Found in Indo Tidal Bore by Rip Curl Search Team
3-Time World Surfing Champ Tom Curren claims this is the biggest discovery in 20-year-olds of exploring for new waves. Surf industry goes richter.
Parkour and Freerunning on the Rise Among American Youth Culture -California Opens First Dedicated Facility, Tempest Freerunning Academy
The art of getting from one place to another has never been so cool. Here’s another new urban sport on the rise, with a lifestyle borrowed from many, yet completely unique in its mash-up.
The Art of Surfing and Skateboarding -Boards Made from Beach Garbage, Decks Made from Basketball Courts
Snowboarding: Size of Market, Perceptions, and What It Will Take to Get the Next Generation Stoked to Ride
Fresh data from our Fall Youth Culture Study 2010, combined with forecasts from previous Label Networks’ data provides insight into how this industry is taking shape and where market potential lies.
Action Sports Size of Market–Surf, Skate, Snowboarding, BMX, Wakeboarding, FreeSkiing, Motocross–Plus Preferred Sports Programming Show Shifts in Youth Preferences, Participation, Opportunities, and Decline
To accurately quantify size of market requires data of youth that participate vs. those that don’t vs. those interested. Label Networks’ Fall Youth Culture Study includes fresh results for all action sports, plus shifts in programming preferences, viewing patterns, and crossover potential.
Skateboarding Size of Market: Fresh Data Quantifies the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
This action sport has gone through significant change in the last few years, in particular the last year. Fresh data from Label Networks’ Action Sports Report within the upcoming Fall Youth Culture Study reveals what to expect next.
Sports Participation and Youth Culture: Fresh Data from Label Networks’ Spring Youth Culture Study 2010 Quantifies Preferred Sports vs. Participation
Comparing sports young people do with the sports that are their favorites reveal the crossover effects of various lifestyle traits, such as associated fashion, pros as heroes, influences, and music crossovers.