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Influence Of Tech Companies A Hot Topic At SMT Conference
Published November 13, 2013
Rolapp said companies like Google or Apple are "so flush with cash they can do whatever they want" with respect to sports rights. Rolapp: "It's really a question about developing a model that works for them. We haven't seen that yet." Turner Sports Exec VP & COO Lenny Daniels said many of these tech companies work because they are "hyper-focused on what they do."
NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said the league is now serving fans "in ways they never had been able to before," including player tracking technologies on NHL.com.
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