The College Sports Revolution Won’t Be Televised, but Streamed

University sports departments are used to building glitzy new stadiums, training facilities and even wellness centers to attract both athletes and fans. About a year ago, the University of Arkansas added a new kind of project to its list: a streaming platform called Hogs+. The idea was to create a subscription service that would feature all kinds of new exclusive content. (Wall Street Journal)


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The College Sports Revolution Won’t Be Televised, but Streamed

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