Google, NFL Football, Disruption

Google plans to disrupt America’s favorite sport—but not in the way everyone expects - Quartz: " . . . Those rumors of a Google bid for NFL Sunday Ticket doesn’t fit with the definition of Google business scale. Sunday Ticket gives subscribers access to any Sunday NFL game played anywhere in the US.  According to Bruce Leichtman, principal analyst at Leichtman Research, “Sunday Ticket is for bars, restaurants, gamblers and the misplaced fans that have moved to a state where their hometown team isn’t televised by local affiliates. One third of its approximately two million subscribers are commercial locations.” Two million non-digital subscribers is not Google’s kind of business. . . ." (read more at link above)

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