In the NEW episode, number 178, Christopher Harris and co-host Kartik Krishnaiyer cover a range of topics including:
• NBC’s coverage of Liverpool winning the Premier League title,
• Price increases for YouTube TV, fubo & ESPN+,
• We debate whether cable or streaming is the best option,
• Our thoughts about CBS’s first weekend of soccer TV coverage,
• We got the news about Mexico’s new cup competition that starts this weekend,
• Plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.
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Launched in 2006, the World Soccer Talk Podcast is the longest running podcast on the planet. Every week, we share the latest news about watching soccer on television and streaming, in addition to discussing what we like and dislike, and featuring your questions and feedback in our Listener Mailbag segment.
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