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2019 Bloomberg Business of Sports Summit

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2019 Bloomberg Business of Sports Summit

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Carol Massar and Jason Kelly bring together the latest news from the world of business and finance and the interesting stories of global technology, politics, economics and more by harnessing the power of Bloomberg Businessweek reporters and editors.

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Al Guido, President of the San Francisco 49ers, discusses the team’s interest in Odell Beckham Jr. DeMaurice Smith, Executive Director of the NFL Players Association, explains why there is a need for equal power between athletes and teams. Joe Asher U.S. CEO at William Hill, talks about the evolution of legalized gambling in U.S. states. Laura Froelich, Senior Director and Head of U.S. Partnerships Content for Twitter, discusses new ways fans can interact with NBA players. Oliver Luck, Commissioner and CEO of the XFL, talks about challenges in the return of the professional football league. Don Cornwell Partner at PJT Partners, explains how you can see a variety of sports through various media platforms. Randy Levine, President of the New York Yankees, shares his thoughts on attempts to shorten MLB games. Neil Glat, President of the New York Jets, talks about the team acquiring running back Le’Veon Bell in free agency. Paul Rabil, Founder of the Premier Lacrosse League, discusses launching the new league this summer. Hosts: Carol Massar, Michael Barr and Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan

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