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Monday, July 15, 2024

Roku’s Place in a Cord-Cutting World

Roku’s head of sports Joe Franzetta joins the show to explain how his company is positioned as a platform that is partly insulated from the major shifts in media consumption, but is still buying up sports rights of its own.

Plus, The Arizona Coyotes’ hopes of restarting their franchise took a hit when the Arizona State Land Department canceled an auction for land the team was planning to use for a new arena and entertainment district. The move was made after the department determined that the Coyotes didn’t have the proper permit to carry out their plans. Front Office Sports senior reporter AJ Perez joins the show to discuss whether or not this ownership group will succeed in bringing hockey back to the desert.

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