Around the Biz 3/28/19: As America’s Pastime Attempts to Reach a New Audience, Here’s How Each Subscription Service Matches Up for Long-Term Success

Here’s a quick roundup of the big news buzzing around the college sports-media industry today:

America’s Pastime Looks to the Future by Reaching New Audience (Nielsen)

Which Subscription Service Has the Best Chance of Long-Term Success? (Awful Announcing)

WarnerMedia Offers Buyouts to Turner Employees (The Hollywood Reporter)

Sony Turnaround Architect Hirai To Retire as Chairman (Reuters)

GameStop Gets into Esports With ‘Performance Center’ in Texas (Engadget)

Sources: Blackstone Backs Out of Auction to Buy Ratings Giant Nielsen (The New York Post)

NASCAR Moves Cup Championship Race to ISM Raceway (NBC Sports)

Pass Interference Now Reviewable by NFL Officials (ESPN)

NBA Heads to Paris in 2020 as London Game Is Scrapped (SportsPro Media)

ESPN/ABC Have a Chance to Get into the Super Bowl Rotation (The Big Lead)

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