If you work for an agency, this is a corporate take on how to bill for industry reading.
You’ll never have to miss a single play (except as they are happening, you'll have the score and buzzkill on you mobile phone before you can watch it here).
Sunday morning and afternoon games (9:30am ET, 1pm ET & 4pm ET) are available at the conclusion of all Sunday 4pm ET games, and Sunday night, Monday night, Thursday and Saturday NFL games are available following the conclusion of the applicable game telecast. (which is totally useless for above named reasons; who wants to watch a game after the fact?).
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The NFL is completely missing the boat on the web. It's 15 years late and still dragging its heels. The numbers are compelling -- the organization is leaving a lot of easy money untapped.
There's a growing population that wants nothing to do with cable TV. A couple decades of crappy service, high fees and schemes to lock subscribers in is taking it's toll.
It's like all day breakfast at McDonald's -- by the time they get around to it, it might be too little, too late.
What say you?
But it's still a gold star and fav on mobile. Gosh love is so confusing. #TwitterHeart
Here's the Twitter blog post on the change: https://blog.twitter.com/2015/hearts-on-twitter
Twitter has so much potential. The ad model could work for them, but the company isn't ironically, listening.
- Marymount UniversityMBA, 2005
- American UniversityMA, Communications, 2001
- Worcester State CollegeBA, Communications, 1998
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