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Discussion in 'Internet Streaming Services' started by grover517, Feb 28, 2020.
This is just the beginning of the change in the way we get sports.
From the December 3rd article:
"The Yankees may soon become a major-league thorn in the side of New York’s cable providers.
The Bronx Bombers, working with tech giant Amazon, are gearing up to become the first Major League Baseball team to let fans watch games on their phones or laptops without a cable subscription — a bid to win over millennials who are cutting ties with cable TV, The Post has learned.
The plan by the Yankees’ YES cable-TV network is to allow online streaming for a limited number of Yankees games — possibly on Amazon’s Prime Video service — starting as soon as the 2020 baseball season, sources said. The ultimate goal is to provide an annual streaming package at a cost — say one year for $99, sources said."