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Source: BBC

Sky Sports: EFL agrees new five-year television deal worth £595m with broadcaster

Tuesday 12:42 GMT

By comparison, the Premier League's three-year television deal with Sky and BT Sport is worth £4.55bn, but the amount Amazon paid for one package of games has not been disclosed.

Leeds chairman Andrea Radrizzani, who owns broadcaster ElevenSports, has previously criticised the current deal, saying clubs are not getting enough money for games which are shown on live television. BBC Sport understands that the nine-member EFL Board unanimously agreed to the deal, including representatives of three Championship clubs, Reading, Brentford and Bristol City.

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Source: Common Domain

Outlook for Traditional TV Goes From Bad to Worse

Tuesday 06:05 GMT

Even in absolute subscriber numbers, streaming TV’s growth isn’t enough to offset the decline in traditional pay-TV subscriptions.

The decline comes as many U.S. households cancel their traditional pay-TV subscription and instead rely on the internet for entertainment, a phenomenon called cord-cutting.

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Source: Common Domain

The poster child of bull-market excess just dimmed the prospects of the broader stock market

Tuesday 14:31 GMT

Since the new high, momo (momentum) crowd money flows in Nvidia have been positive until after the big drop in the stock.

Since the character of the market is changing and what has worked over the past nine years may not work in the future, investors ought to follow adaptive models that have a proven track record in both bull and bear markets. Cumulative money flows in the 30 constituents of the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.65% have also been neutral.


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