BoSox Chairman: MLB owners wrestling with BAM over control

During a one-on-one interview at the IMG World Congress of Sports,
Boston Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner said that Major League Baseball team
owners are wrestling with MLBAM,
Baseball’s interactive arm, over control and distribution of new media.
“As everybody knows, there is a stalemate right now … in terms of
in-market streaming,” Werner said. “In-market streaming is good for the
customer. But from our point of view, it has to be done in conjunction
with our RSN and our affiliates, such as Comcast and Time Warner, in
such a way that the product being offered to the consumer is
complementary rather than competitive with the games that are on
satelite and cable.”

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