Pac-12 Networks score in China

September 4, 2015

Pac-12 Networks President Lydia Murphy-Stephans discusses the launch of the college sports television network and multimedia company and its effort to televise basketball games in China. She also explains the business model and how changing viewing patterns will impact the delivery of content. Plus, hear my thoughts on the growth of sports streaming to phones and tablets and the length of Major League Baseball games in this week’s episode of Keeping Score.

Also, I attended the final preseason game of the New England Patriots this season on Thursday night September 3rd. While the NFL may appeal a judge’s ruling overturning a 4-game ban for quarterback Tom Brady in the Deflategate matter, the fans are celebrating. The song played in the stadium all night was “I’m Free” by The Who. I also took this photo of the most popular sign I saw. The podcast link is below the photo.
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You can also watch the interview with Lydia Murphy-Stephans below.

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