Premier League’s next boss could finalise the end of costly TV subscriptions and a shift to on-demand
Premier League’s next boss could finalise the end of costly TV subscriptions and a shift to on-demand (telegraph.co.uk) submitted 1 month ago by TheodoreLesley 45 comments
Top responsesAll we asking is for all the games to be available (similar to NBC) and for it to be some what affordable.71 votesNot like on-demand would be any cheaper than the subscriptions, though – broadcasters have to pay a lot for the rights, and the Premier League won’t … read more14 votes90% of people who stream illegally would happily pay for a package with all their teams games and a choice of 2 other games a month. With all the money … read more25 votesAnyone got the full article? Has a paywall.5 votesFa should set up theirs own streaming services an charge people for it themselves6 votesSee all
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Premier League’s next boss could finalise the end of costly TV subscriptions and a shift to on-demand Premium
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