Wednesday, October 04, 2017

They Started With $10,000. Now They're Taking on ESPN

It's no wonder that OTT is on everyone's mind. In 2016, Major League Baseball's streaming service, MLB.TV, was the fourth-most popular streaming service in the U.S., after Net­flix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video, according to research firm Parks Associates. Flo investor World Wrestling Entertainment is fifth. Last year, Twitter streamed 10 NFL games that also aired on TV; this year, Amazon will. Those deals are little more than toes in the water, but the thought of Amazon or Facebook getting serious about sports keeps coming up among conference-goers.

From the article " They Started With $10,000. Now They're Taking on ESPN" by Tom Foster.

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