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RE: Demographics of Fandom
(01-24-2023 04:59 PM)bullet Wrote:  I think Frank is right about the big issue. The average age of college football fans is over 50. Baseball is even worse. But pro football isn't much different.

I wonder how the rise of streaming services in media deals will impact long-term the average age of CFB fans. I know I sound like a broken record about this, but I really do think that the Pac has the perfect opportunity to get ahead of this and really move the needle for themselves at the same time.
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RE: Demographics of Fandom
(Yesterday 06:30 PM)bryanw1995 Wrote:  I wonder how the rise of streaming services in media deals will impact long-term the average age of CFB fans. I know I sound like a broken record about this, but I really do think that the Pac has the perfect opportunity to get ahead of this and really move the needle for themselves at the same time.

I've wondered if moving right along to streaming won't prove to be the way of the future much as the B1G's launch of a conference network—considered to be a novelty and a gamble at the time—proved to be.
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