Google and the NFL: A Match Made in Heaven?
One of the most-talked about trends for the next five years is the disruption of the living room. Indeed, as many of the world's largest tech companies scour the globe for new revenue streams, one of the areas that seems most ready for disruption is cable distribution. In fact, tech giant Google recently turned heads when its name surfaced as a potential bidder for the NFL's TV rights. While this would certainly be the kind of move that would instantly establish the tech giant as a full-fledged media giant, the dollars and cents also come into play. In this video, Fool contributor Andrew Tonner discusses the move and whether Google should break into its $50 billion piggy bank or pass.
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