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Monumental Sports is launching a Netflix-style subscription service with bingeable content

WASHINGTON — Monumental Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Washington Wizards, Capitals, Mystics and more, is rolling out a Netflix-style subscription service Thursday geared toward enticing millennials and young fans. While the service, which will cost $12.99 per month or $8.99 per month with the purchase of an annual plan, will not have Capitals or Wizards games (the company extended
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