Within the next 25 years, what do you think will change with respect to the supplying and manufacturing of sports media content?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com August 20, 2018, 7:11 am ad1c9bdddf
It is unlikely that 25 years from now we will be tethered to our Sports Illustrated magazine subscriptions or our cable television for sports content. This will impact how sport media content will be supplied and manufactured. The Internet is still in its relative infancy in regards to supplying and manufacturing content but this is likely to change dramatically. Sports fans are eager for information and varied content, and too often feel sport content is more limited than other subjects. While you can hear what happened in the news in multiple ways, too often you are restricted in viewing sports. ESPN currently has a chokehold on delivery, which impacts the supply and manufacturing of sport content. , Fox announced this month it would be introducing a new national sports channel in the USA. In addition, it is likely that more sport organizations will agree to base rights payments on a percentage of advertising revenue rather than on contractual syndication agreements. This will change the delivery and content of sport media. Furthermore, a growing number of sport organizations have begun to create their own distribution systems. ...
This detailed solution describes the changes that will occur to the supplying and manufacturing of sports media content in the next 25 years.