NEW YORK (Reuters) – Major League Baseball and YouTube on Wednesday released details of the first three matchups under their agreement to stream a package of 13 live games every week on the video-sharing website.
Their deal, announced in April, was the first agreement for YouTube, a unit of Alphabet Inc’s Google, to exclusively stream MLB games in major markets. MLB also has other deals to stream some live games on both Facebook and Twitter.
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The YouTube pact is one of several showing how digital platforms, streaming services and social media networks have been stepping into live sports – traditionally the territory...
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