What If…ESPN Is No Longer King?

For the better part of the last two decades, ESPN has been the most well-known sports media brand and the largest cable network. In 2014, the Wall St Journal and TV by the Numbers reported ESPN earned an estimated $6.84…

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What If…YouTube Red Becomes Netflix?

If you thought YouTube Red was simply trading $9.99/month for YouTube content with no ads (plus unlimited songs from Google Play Music), think again. It’s beginning to look like Google, errr…Alphabet has far more expansive plans like setting its sights…

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What If…Fantasy Sports Are Regulated?

The real question is not if, but when? There’s simply too much noise and heat for it not to happen. Case in point: The FBI has begun an investigation after questions of predatory practices and use of insider information were alleged. Both…

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What If…NY Jets Fans Did Not Tweet?

On Tuesday August 11, NY jets quarterback Geno Smith was punched in the face by now former jet linebacker IK Enemkpali reportedly because Smith had failed to repay a $600 plane ticket that Enemkpali had bought for him. Smith is now out of…

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What If…Programs Replaced Channels?

Consider how we consume media today. Comedy Central brings us John Stewart, South Park, Tosh.0 and Inside Amy Schumer. They have two primary concurrent paths to monetize content: 1) license to cable/satellite operators for a monthly per subscriber fee and…

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