Ducks on the Pod 18 | September is Here

The sixth and final month of the MLB regular season is upon us. Join host Mitch Gatzke as he catches up from a busy past couple weeks and prepares for an even busier month ahead. Between the historic home runs, the dominant teams, and the player nicknames, there’s a lot going on around baseball right now. With the calendar turning once more though, it’s time to focus on where everyone stands and who’s playing for what.

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Campus Pressbox 64 | Damien and Seth’s Sports Bucket List and Greatest Stadiums

In this abbreviated version of Campus Pressbox, Damien Bowman (@damienbowman) and Seth Merenbloom (@sethmerenbloom) talk about Damien’s weekend at Michigan International Speedway, the five arena’s every college basketball fan needs to visit and Seth’s top five college football stadiums. Seth talks about the things he dislikes in sports and it begins with March Madness.

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Disney and ESPN are Making Television Worse by taking Content Inhouse

I’m not prepared to go all doom and gloom like some people and say it’s all over for Netflix, but unless they take corrective action now, they’re likely to lose a great deal of significance in the coming years. Disney announced yesterday on its earnings call that company is accelerating its purchase plan of BAMTech, and launching a paid streaming service for the Mouse and for ESPN. ESPN’s service will launch in 2018 and Disney’s streaming will launch in 2019. Disney will then remove its content from Netflix, and I have to assume ESPN will want to reduce access or completely remove WatchESPN access to cable subscribers.

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