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Viewing Sports Streams & Streaming NFL Games: New Viewership Culture

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The average viewer feels they are getting less quality programming nowadays whole monthly cable rates rise on a yearly basis. Ravenous sports junkies hate paying for extra sports packages & pay per view programming in order to view their sports teams. Want to watch all of the NFL games on Directv? Pony up $300+ per year and you'll be fine. Same thing goes with the NBA, NHL, MLB, Formula One Racing, Premier and Champions League Soccer and all major sports leagues. So now where do consumers turn for a cheaper but just as broad alternative? Where else: The Internet.

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Streaming media sites have been showing up over the past 2-3 years and should continue to thrive significantly in the coming years. Why? The consumers have taken back some power from Big Brother media giants and its not going to stop any time soon. What do I mean by this? The ability to virally share and spread not only standard files but also live streaming sports and media has changed the expectations of those interested in television and media in general. What is currently costing viewers hundreds of dollars per month should begin to decrease with the structure of sharing and social media. Why should a viewer pay for a service that is widely available online via any of the horde of streaming media websites? Lets look at at some examples in the world of sports.

Sites such as, and are known as the leaders of streaming television sites and have a large following especially for watching live sports broadcasts. Love the National Football League and want to Watch live nfl games ? Piece of cake. worldwide] have coverage on the shared streaming websites.

People wonder why the large media organizations don't attempt to shut down sites that share their content. The answer is simple: More exposure utilizing a new means is never a bad thing, even at the expense of losing a few dollars. This is the standard of new media thus media organizations will surely find ways to profit and join the crowd in the world of streaming websites.

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on Jun 29, 13