The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, July 30, 2019

The Battle For the Future of Sports on TV Has Begun (Outkick) Right now if you’re one of the roughly ten million subscribers to Dish Network you have lost access to all the Fox Sports regional networks. Those networks broadcast local telecasts of 14 Major League Baseball teams, 17 NBA teams, and 13 NHL teams.

Swing-state Households Would Lose At Least $70G Within First Year Of Green New Deal, Study Finds (Fox News) Despite its support among 2020 Democrats, the Green New Deal has faced dismal political prospects.

N.F.L. Labor Talks Likely To Hinge On 18-Game Proposal (New York Times) In the coming weeks, the owners and union are expected to start discussing the single biggest issue of any potential labor deal: how to share the league’s roughly $14 billion in annual revenue.

Capital One Says Data Breach Affected 100 Million Credit Card Applications (Washington Post) The FBI has arrested a Seattle area woman, Paige A. Thompson, on a charge of computer fraud and abuse, according to court records.

Jerry Jones: ‘You Don’t Have To Have A Rushing Champion To Win A Super Bowl’ (SI) Jones said that as they’re looking at Elliott’s contract, the team has to realize the ultimate goal is to win a Super Bowl

Cloud Computing Is Here. Cloud Recycling Is Next. (Wall Street Journal) The short lifespan of data-center equipment means older servers are already being replaced, creating a new market for recycling firms.

Browns Are Foolishly Changing Their Great Uniforms In 2020 (The Big Lead) Adam Schefter is reporting the Cleveland Browns will be ditching their current uniforms come the 2020 season.

Axios-NewsWhip 2020 Attention Tracker: Dominant Storyline For Each Candidate (Axios) Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders’ plans for student debt cancellation have by far generated the most online attention from among policies proposed by 2020 Democratic candidates.

Four Recent Varieties Of Sports Meltdown, Ranked (For The Win) The sports news cycle has seen a spate of blowups and meltdowns in recent days. FTW ranks them in order of how excusable they are.

Relax, Experts Say It’s At Least A Decade Before You Can Buy A Self-driving Vehicle (CNBC) Auto and tech industry experts predict it will be at least 12 years before fully autonomous vehicles are being sold to private buyers, according to a J.D. Power survey.

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