Three of the biggest sports broadcasters are uniting to create a super-platform that will house their sports assets under one streaming roof.
ESPN, Fox Corporation, and Warner Bros. Discovery (CNN’s parent company) said Tuesday that they will launch the yet-to-be-named service in the fall.
The service, which each company will own one-third of, will give consumers access to sporting events, including NFL, NBA, and MLB games.
The companies did not specify how much the service will cost.
This is a developing story and will be updated.
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