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Amazon, Twitter on sports content

By Bloomberg
15 August 2018   |   7:34 am
Richard Au, director of Prime Video channels at Amazon.com, and Laura Froelich, head of U.S. content partnerships at Twitter, discuss sports content strategy with Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman at the Players Technology Summit in San Francisco.

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