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The next step for tech companies in streaming sports is to produce content on their own

Sports media and sports business observers were abuzz over the latest news about Facebook’s new contract with Major League Baseball. It allows Facebook to stream one game a week without any local blackouts. This is on top of Twitter’s deal to stream one MLB a game, albeit with local blackouts. And in the NFL, there’s Read more... The post The next step for tech companies in streaming sports is to produce content on their own appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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