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Toldright seeks to provide talent answer to perfect storm in sports video

A still from a Toldright-produced video featuring CeeDee Lamb, wide receiver of the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys (Toldright)

Seeking to leverage emerging trends in the American gig economy, a Florida-based company has developed a talent network connecting experienced sports video production personnel with the accelerating content demands of a wide range of entities. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.

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