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NBCUniversal, YouTube TV Avert Blackout For Now

This week, NBCUniversal agreed to a “short” extension with YouTube TV, and Comcast announced that Comcast Xfinity is dropping MSG networks.

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Google, NBCUniversal Deadlocked Over YouTube TV Rates

NBCUniversal’s content may disappear from YouTube TV if the two sides cannot come to an agreement on the rate paid by Google.

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Comcast CEO: Obtaining Sports Rights Requires ‘Really Hard Calls’

Comcast spends $20 billion on content between its NBCUniversal and Sky divisions, but the large sum doesn’t make allocating money easy.

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WWE Seeking International Streaming Deal

WWE is coming off a successful SummerSlam and a media rights deal with Peacock, and has turned its sights overseas.

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Discovery Sees Olympic Success in Europe

Discovery recorded 275 million viewers during the first week of the Tokyo Olympics after purchasing European rights in 2016.

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WWE Q2 Earnings Surpass Estimates

WWE’s revenue increased by 19% and its total revenue was $265.6 million, exceeding analysts’ projections.

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Peacock, Olympics Bolster Comcast Revenue Jump

Thanks to sports and NBCU’s Peacock streaming service, Comcast’s total revenue jumped 20.4% to $28.55 billion in Q2.

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Olympic Streaming Numbers Soar As Overall Viewership Plummets

NBCUniversal recorded a 72% increase in streaming audiences for the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony on Friday compared to 2016.

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Olympics Could Still Be a Win for NBCUniversal

The Olympics have endured all sorts of challenges related to the pandemic, but it’s still be a strong property for NBCUniversal.

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Japan Says No Fans at Tokyo Olympics

The Japanese Olympics Committee said no fans, foreign or domestic, will be allowed to attend the Tokyo Olympics later this month.

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