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Could we see a Netflix + ESPN package in the future?

As we continue to see streaming services pop up in an attempt to hook cord cutters and millennials, the success of Netflix has content providers trying to find ways to match it. And with ESPN attempting to curtail subscriber losses, there were reports that its owner Disney was considering purchasing Netflix which were later shot down. […] The post Could we see a Netflix + ESPN package in the future? appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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