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Amazon.com Inc plans to bid for the rights to stream Premier League matches in the upcoming auction in the UK, according to a source familiar with the matter, part of a broader strategy to bring more sports content to its global customers.
Amazon has secured the rights to show English Premier League football matches for the first time in further evidence of their financial might in the bidding wars for sports events, the league said June 7.
Before Clive Tyldesley clambers up to the Old Trafford gantry and picks up his microphone to be part of a landmark week in Premier League broadcasting, he reminisces about being silenced in stadiums.
Britain’s first big experiment with soccer streaming is getting a cautious thumbs-up from fans, in a vindication of Amazon.com Inc’s push into live sports.
Hackers are targeting Premier League football clubs as they look for ways to cash in on cyberattacks against Britain’s multibillion-pound sports sector, according to a UK intelligence agency.
Proving that soccer is the world's only universal language, three in 10 consumers with web access say that they watch Premier League matches on the television and 15% turn to the Web to see a game.
Facebook Inc has emerged as a contender to broadcast the English Premier League in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, its biggest push yet into top-flight football, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Singapore, which prides itself on being a haven for law and order, is being called a haven for pirating copyrighted programming by entertainment titans such as Walt Disney, HBO, the National Basketball Association and the English Premier League.
Amazon.com Inc is making its first splash into Britain’s hot soccer market in a deal with the current leader of the Premier League, Manchester City.
Streaming services have long focused on series and movies, but as online TV competition heats up could live sports – historically a bit player on these platforms – change the game?