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MLS faces stiff competition on US TV/streaming every weekend: World Soccer Talk Podcast

World Soccer Talk is the weekly soccer podcast on the topic of watching soccer on TV, online and apps.

In the NEW episode, number 40, Kartik Krishnaiyer and Christopher Harris cover a range of topics including:

• The discussion about the competition for viewers that MLS faces,

• Strong viewing numbers for the Premier League on NBC so far this season,

• Feedback on Turner’s plans for the Champions League, as well as

• Univision making inroads on LaLiga in the United States.

• And much more.

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  1. Toby Schumacher

    August 24, 2017 at 4:54 pm

    Good episode. Think that moving MLS to midweek would help them (this is obvious to anyone but MLS) especially in the summer. However, in all of the sports rights land rush, the sports networks have stumbled on some sports that get ratings equal to or better than MLS; Drone racing, e-sports, Professional Cornhole, 3v3 basketball. We may laugh about those sports, but I’m sure they are lower cost to produce in addition to their ratings. Forget other NHL, the PL or LigaMX, at this point, MLS has to show that it can bump these newer sports off of the schedule and I’m not sure they can.

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