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Old 26 Dec 2019, 10:11 (Ref:3948591)   #226
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382,000 subscribers to Kayo according to Fox. The catch is, at what cost has it taken to achieve those numbers given that many customers reportedly cancelled their Foxtel subscriptions to take up Kayo.
Yeah but way to go for the buffering with poor internet services
And FOX has the record option with allows you to record and fast forward Soooo many boring races
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The future does not look good for the Fox network and some are predicting its demise entirely and it looks entirely abysmal if they think I am going to give them any money. Any way it is viewed sports owners are going to be on a hiding to nothing when the current contracts are up for negotiation again if Fox is not around.
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Old 31 Dec 2019, 02:23 (Ref:3949141)   #228
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The future does not look good for the Fox network and some are predicting its demise entirely and it looks entirely abysmal if they think I am going to give them any money. Any way it is viewed sports owners are going to be on a hiding to nothing when the current contracts are up for negotiation again if Fox is not around.
I can't wait. I am sick to death of sports selling our direct streaming products to lock up their content at Foxtel, with their predatory policies and crap technology. Both Supercars and Cricket Australia sucked Murdoch's dick and canned money I would have given them directly, thank heavens for other options.

Hopefully with this change in landscape these bodies can realise the value of direct engagement and I will pay them all day long for what I want.
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Foxtel dropping the Eurosport channel next month.
Even poorer value for motorsport fans with Foxtel as it was the home of WTCR, GT3, WEC and European Rally.
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I can't wait. I am sick to death of sports selling our direct streaming products to lock up their content at Foxtel, with their predatory policies and crap technology. Both Supercars and Cricket Australia sucked Murdoch's dick and canned money I would have given them directly, thank heavens for other options.

Hopefully with this change in landscape these bodies can realise the value of direct engagement and I will pay them all day long for what I want.
Many want it for nothing,if the advertisers arent there, who pays or do we go back to track owner promoters, get rid of the franchise owners Supercars/Archer, ARG etc.
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Many want it for nothing,if the advertisers arent there, who pays or do we go back to track owner promoters, get rid of the franchise owners Supercars/Archer, ARG etc.
I think people will pay a fair price. Cricket for example was 30 bucks a year, I used to pay it mainly for the BBL, which was on free to air. Now they split with Foxtel and of course all the best games are on Foxtel.

I no longer have a free to air antenna so being able to watch on a tablet or chrome cast is a must. No American sport is dumb enough to sell their digital rights to someone else, now that there is not Foxtel able to outbid and lock away content anti competitively, hopefully more sports will keep direct streaming and benefit from the social engagement it brings.
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Many want it for nothing,if the advertisers arent there, who pays or do we go back to track owner promoters, get rid of the franchise owners Supercars/Archer, ARG etc.
The sooner motor racing is done with franchises and the likes of organisations like Supercars and ARG and others, the better
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The sooner motor racing is done with franchises and the likes of organisations like Supercars and ARG and others, the better
Oh God you want to go back to the dark ages?
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I can't wait. I am sick to death of sports selling our direct streaming products to lock up their content at Foxtel, with their predatory policies and crap technology. Both Supercars and Cricket Australia sucked Murdoch's dick and canned money I would have given them directly, thank heavens for other options.

Hopefully with this change in landscape these bodies can realise the value of direct engagement and I will pay them all day long for what I want.
I agree Foxtel are on the way out but donít think it is necessarily a great deal for the consumer.For example by the time I pay for the 4 streams I would get-F1,Moto GP,EPL and USPGA-I am already paying more than I would pay to Foxtel.Zero access to better than FTA coverage on any other sport and then there are things like my favourite sports event in the world the Le Mans 24 Hour where the race is not included in the WEC streaming package so no access.
If things go to all streaming either give up on watching a lot of stuff or be prepared to pay a lot more than you have under the Murdoch monopoly.
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Not sport but I'd guess it has application to sport.
The Trade Desk referred to deals with 'broadcasters and growing revenue in connected TV for the platform, which allows ad buyers to manage advertising campaigns across formats and devices.'

https://www.thetradedesk.com/press-r...-u-s-consumers

NEW YORK – January 6, 2020 – The majority of Americans (59 percent) are not willing to pay more than $20 a month for streaming TV services, according to a recent survey of more than 2,600 U.S. consumers by The Trade Desk.
Furthermore, 75 percent of consumers will not pay more than $30 a month.
As more TV content providers launch new streaming services in 2020, these results highlight the subscription fatigue threshold for TV streaming services, where on-demand movies, TV shows and live events can be accessed by connected devices such as smart TVs and mobile devices.

Despite the mobile nature of streaming apps, consumers have shown they still prefer to view content on the largest screen in their home – the television.

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