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Strong foundation helps Kiswe change how sports look online

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 12 / 04 / 17

■ Launched: 2013 ■ Headquarters: Murray Hill, N.J. ■ Number of employees: 35-40 ■ What they do: Transform video to make it interactive.  As a regional sports network that has become known for its comprehensive coverage of...

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