Future of Sports: Streaming

August 14, 2024 | 1:00 PM EDT

About The Event

Sports streaming is bigger than ever and yet in many it feels like medium’s true takeover is just getting started. For the first time, a respectable list of games—and sometimes entire leagues—are exclusive to streaming platforms, and that number is only increasing.

On August 14, join us for “Future of Sports: Streaming” at 1 p.m. ET and find out how this side of the business really works from the people making it happen behind the scenes.

We’re bringing together executives from the biggest tech companies to discuss why they’re going all-in on sports, we’ll chat with Netflix and their collaborators about the company’s investment in sports, and we’ll dive into Hollywood’s take on the entire billion-dollar business.

Three panels you don’t want to miss—especially if you’re interested in how we’ll be watching sports for decades to come. Sign up now and we’ll see you soon.

Agenda

Session 1 | 1:05 p.m. ET

Big Tech’s Bet On Sports

An in-depth conversation about Google, Amazon, and Apple’s efforts in sports with executives from the tech companies and the professional leagues being streamed on their platforms.

Session 2 | 1:35 p.m. ET

Netflix’s Next Era: Sports

Between documentaries and live sports, the world’s most popular streaming service is taking sports more seriously than ever. We discuss with executives from Netflix and the teams, leagues, and production companies they work with.

Session 3 | 2:05pm

What Hollywood Is Hearing About Sports

A roundtable with executives from all of the streaming services created by traditional Hollywood studios and some of the sports properties they stream.