Soccer fans in the U.S. are used to the complications of watching Premier League games, which often require getting up at an ungodly hour to watch British teams like Manchester United or Chelsea FC at a bar with a fancy cable sports package. They’ll have another option this summer, however. NBC Sports $50 “Premier League Pass” will let subscribers stream …
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- NBC Offers $50 Premier League Streaming Service; No Cable Plan Needed
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- Everyone Is Sharing Passwords And Streaming Services Know It
By Ashlee Kieler - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
They say sharing is caring, and that’s apparently continues to be true when it comes to login information for streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and other services. In fact, a new report suggests that more than one-fifth of young adults borrow passwords to watch their favorite shows on the services. A new poll from Reuters and Ipsos found …
- Police Nab Man In Sports Streaming Probe
Tuesday Sep 2, 2014
British police have arrested a 27-year-old man in Manchester on suspicion of running a series of illegal sports streaming websites. Twelve computer servers involved in streaming sports events globallyhave been seized from the man's home, in an operation alleged to be costing the industry more than GBP10m.
- Is Tesla Working On Its Own Streaming Music Service?
By Mary Beth Quirk - Friday Jun 23, 2017
Tesla already makes cars, solar panels and roofs, and CEO Elon Musk also dabbles in space travel, so maybe it’s not that big of a stretch that he’s also looking to create a new streaming music service.According to music industry sources in the know who spoke with Recode, Musk has been chatting up major labels about licensing content …