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  • Discovery is launching a streaming service for sports
  • Discovery is launching a streaming service for sports
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Discovery is launching a streaming service for sports

Discovery Communications is planning to launch a 'Netflix for sports' in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. This direct-to-consumer streaming service will then go on to cover the Tour de France, global tennis tournaments and even Germany’s Bundesliga.

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