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David Stern Says TV Everywhere Will Soon Be The Norm
Published October 28, 2013
When Stern was asked if "making the league's content available on so many different platforms was putting it in danger of slicing the salami too thin, he argued that's the wrong way to look at it." He responded, "We've changed the 'slicing the salami' rhetoric to 'any time, any place, anywhere on any device'" (BROADCASTINGCABLE.com, 10/28).