Refilwe speaks to Jan Vermeulen Senior Journalist at MyBroadband.co.za
We were talking sport on the Open Line earlier this week when the announcement that
YouTube will be carrying sport content came up. It was a little confusing, and, it turns out, for good reason: YouTube and Supersport were not singing from the same hymn sheet, as they say... Let's find out what went wrong and what will actually be available to watch on YouTube soon. Sports rights are complicated and very valuable... YouTube seem to have jumped the gun on sports like cricket and football?
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