How Apple, Amazon, and Google are trying to secure live sports streaming rights, working to convince leagues to switch from traditional TV and cable networks (New York Times)

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How Apple, Amazon, and Google are trying to secure live sports streaming rights, working to convince leagues to switch from traditional TV and cable networks  —  Competing for rights to broadcast games from the N.F.L. and other leagues could be hard for broadcast and cable companies that “aren’t playing by the same financial rules.”


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