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Reagan Carey on the new era for the Premier Hockey Federation

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Reagan Carey, the new commissioner of the Premier Hockey Federation. Fisher and Russo also discuss ongoing turbulence in United States college sports with the forthcoming departure of Mark Emmert from the National Collegiate Athletic Association and predictions of a breakup of Division I athletics, Athletes Unlimited’s media rights deal with ESPN, a $300m funding round for German digital sports media entity OneFootball, viewership boosts for the National Hockey League, and Comcast’s successful programming link of the National Football League’s Super Bowl LVI and Beijing 2022 Olympics.

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