Viewership for initial matches paces far ahead of 2018 tournament
Comcast-owned entity eyes sizable gains from extensive event coverage plans that include live streaming of every 2022 Fifa World Cup match in the United States. Bob Williams reports.
In this week’s episode podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Jon Stainer, managing director of Nielsen Sports in North America. Fisher and Russo also discuss significant schedule and ownership developments from the National Football League’s recent Fall Meetings, major moves by TelevisaUnivision and Peacock in US Spanish-language sports media, National Basketball Association superstar Kevin Durant’s entry into Major League Pickleball team ownership, FuboTV’s shuttering of its sportsbook operations, and the planned new stadium for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans.
NBCUniversal service to offer all 64 matches from upcoming event
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League extending its presence further on direct-to-consumer streaming platforms
Content spend for NBCUniversal streaming outlet to double in 2022
In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Bo Han, Buzzer founder and chief executive. Eric and Chris also discuss issues surrounding Major League Baseball’s World Series, the merger of esports organization FaZe Clan with a special purpose acquisition company, potentially mounting issues for Peacock, growing scrutiny surround National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell, and Greg Norman’s developing effort to create a new golf series.
Streaming service also sees its adjusted financial loss more than double