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  # 2304854 23-Aug-2019 17:12
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Of all the things they could be spending their time (let alone their money) on, this seems like it should be pretty low on the priority list :) 

 

 

 

 

 



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  # 2305123 24-Aug-2019 10:53
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networkn:

 

Of all the things they could be spending their time (let alone their money) on, this seems like it should be pretty low on the priority list :) 

 

Oh dear - rearranging the chairs on the Titanic 🚢 - again

 

Though I will admit that Captain Martin Stewart is trying to turn this ship around before it hits the proverbial iceberg. But, what with Netflix, Prime, Lightbox and the soon Disney+ and Apple TV+ launching in the Spring/Summer, there are a lot of icebergs to navigate around. Type of Delivery, Content, Bundling and Pricing are going to be that 2/3 invisible hazard.

 

Don't get them right in this tiny sea and he is sunk.





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  # 2305231 24-Aug-2019 12:52
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The thing is though, none of the services you mentioned above do sport here, and that is what Stewart is trying to position Sky mostly for: the home of Sport.




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