Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Ronin, Mar 18, 2021.
dude... what are you talking about?
I literally work in TV and think it’ll all be but dead within 10 years.
NYT says “The N.F.L. signed new media rights agreements with CBS, NBC, Fox, ESPN and Amazon collectively worth about $110 billion over 11 years, nearly doubling the value of its previous contracts.”
I'm the guy who buys ads for your platform and keeps it alive, and while trends point to a decline, they don't point to death.
Read the rest of my replies? Amazon is not set up to provide NFL streaming to sports bars and other large environments, like Las Vegas sportsbooks. I'm sure the sportsbooks will figure it out first, but the vast majority of bars will just say "sorry, we don't have that game."
I feel exactly like you solar but technology keeps changing as you know. Remember back years ago when you could only use so many receivers on one satellite dish? Technology changed that & it will do the same for streaming. In 20 years tv won't even be in the same universe as it is now. It's crazy to think about.
Streaming is irrelevant outside of Thursday night it appears
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I too come from a marketing background and trained to view things "from the customer on up."
Channel has program. Audience watches program. Audience pays.
That's how it should work (Keep it simple).
When content-providers say "I've got a program but you can't watch it unless you pay for an entire12-month subscription or an exhorbitant fee-for program charge, it's a clunky, confusing way to distribute product.
I hate it.
So how do out of town fans watch a Cardinal game on Sundays? Amazon or some other way?
Haven't heard anything about DTV , I think that contract ends after next season if I'm remembering correctly, but someone will get it no worries
Someone on here wrote that Amazon games are Thursdays games.
Yeah, that's how I read it, but does Amazon only have Thursday games or will I have to subscribe to some other service(s) to get the other 16 games? Already have Amazon Prime, just wondering what other streaming services I'll have to subscribe to.
Yeah, I'm not worried because I know the games will be streamed. I'm just wondering who's going to stream them, once DirecTV is out of the picture.
NFL Media and Hulu announced today a new multi-year carriage agreement to bring NFL Network and NFL RedZone to Hulu’s live TV subscription streaming service Hulu + Live TV by August 1.
Freaking yuck.... Hulu is the worst interface in streaming by far and the only subscription I don’t pay for because of it.... ughhhh I’m assuming this doesn’t preclude the channels from still being on regular providers?
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