Media and Entertainment Industry: B2B Analytics and its Scope in Industry

| November 9, 2017

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Representing the next part of the series “B2B Analytics and its Scope in Industry”. We are going to discuss Media and Entertainment Industry, the most important and essential part of our day to day life, in this edition. As we all relate to the entertainment industry in a way, who do not want entertainment and happiness in life. In this part, we are going to discuss the B2B Analytics and its role in the entertainment industry in its various part. Let’s go through the article “Media and Entertainment Industry”.

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Big Ten Network

BTN is an internationally distributed television network currently available in more than 90 million homes in the United States and Canada. Every one of BTN’s 650+ events is televised to a national audience. BTN also can be seen in approximately 20 countries via Fox Sports International. BTN subscribers whose providers offer BTN2Go, the 24/7 BTN simulcast, can access BTN anywhere, any time. Since launch BTN has possessed the digital rights to all events, and through the complete aggregation of each Big Ten university’s digital content.

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