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One analyst doesn’t necessarily think a downward trend in ratings will continue, but he does believe more than ever the Super Bowl will depend on matchups.
CBS Sports HQ will be on the ground in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII with more than 30 hours of live streaming content during the week.
In the year ahead, we can expect sports broadcasters’ online streams to continue improving quality and offer greater online experiences.
In 2018 alone, FloSports has secured more than 150 new rights deals, helping to accelerate the company’s growth in a major way.
The company is working with brands like Viacom and the NFL to help them reach larger audiences and better monetize their content.
The sports-streaming television network has partnered with WSC Sports to offer automatic highlights of college games.
The 24/7 streaming sports network will be the home to “SportsLine Edge,” an extension of the already successful SportsLine.com.
For the sporting world, interactive broadcasts and live video provide a path to boosting community engagement stats.
By developing their OTT offering, the WTA has seen the average age of their fans drop.
The DTC service has been able to build strong communities inside of less covered sports.