The Wall Street Journal

How you stream sports is about to be transformed by a blockbuster media deal

How you stream sports is about to be transformed by a blockbuster media deal
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The Wall Street Journal
By Isabella SimonettiIt’s one small step for sports kind. Disney’s ESPN, Fox and Warner Bros Discovery on Tuesday announced a new sports-streaming venture that promises to make life easier for consumers who are frustrated with all the platforms they have to sign up for to watch their favourite teams play.  The as-yet-unnamed service will bring together in one streaming package all the content those companies offer– from the NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB to college basketball and football. Plenty of consumers will find that appeal...

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