Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, May 20, 2014
May 20, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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We investigate the Latin American angle of the AT&T-DirecTV deal – how the stalling growth of satellite in markets like the U.S. makes developing markets more attractive and the challenges inherent in that strategy. Plus, with YouTube considering buying Twitch, a look at how professional gamers connect with fans online. Also, Sarah Wood, founder of the marketing technology company Unruly, join us to talk about immigration and recruiting for London’s tech economy.

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Video gaming as a spectator sport

May 20, 2014
A former pro video gamer explains the market behind streaming video game play.

We investigate the Latin American angle of the AT&T-DirecTV deal – how the stalling growth of satellite in markets like the U.S. makes developing markets more attractive and the challenges inherent in that strategy. Plus, with YouTube considering buying Twitch, a look at how professional gamers connect with fans online. Also, Sarah Wood, founder of the marketing technology company Unruly, join us to talk about immigration and recruiting for London’s tech economy.

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