Mike Newell and Lucas Chomicki investigate why more sports fans are turning to internet streaming to watch live events.
The increasing availability of illegal feeds is a growing problem for broadcasters anxious to protect their multi-billion pound investments in sports rights.
Sky and BT Sport paid £5.1bn between them for the current Premier League deal, but what happens when fans aren’t prepared to pay for what they view?
This vox pop features anonymous interviewees because of the subject under discussion.
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