L.E.D.T. (Los Angeles Electronic Datalink Network) is the largest network in the nation.
Its 1.5 million subscribers can now access NFL, MLB, and college football on the go, as well as other sports.
In addition to providing coverage of the game, the network also offers in-game broadcasts, a live feed, game reports, and game highlights.
In its first year of operation, L.D.’s had more than 3 million subscribers, with over 10 million of them watching live games, the company says.
network is one of the most robust in the business,” says Chris Schuster, president of marketing at L.C.E.’s parent company, LAD Media.
“We’re able to deliver a broad array of NFL, college football, and MLB content on a broad range of platforms.
We’ve built a network that is very accessible to our users.”
The L.L.A.-based company was founded in 2007 by former ESPN president John Lackman, and the L.S.D.-based sports-advertising agency, WME, in 2007.
Today, the LAD Group has more than $1.4 billion in revenue.
Its parent company is WME’s sports and entertainment division.
Its biggest clients are the NBA and the NFL, with others including the MLB and NBA Championship Series.
A year ago, LAS announced it had signed a deal with ESPN to provide coverage of some of its games.
This is the first time the LACO has been a part of the NFL Network, a subscription service that also provides live coverage of NFL games.
“I think it’s very important to look at the bigger picture, because the NFL is a multi-billion-dollar business,” Lackman says.
But Lackman cautions that NFL is not a big enough audience to justify its price.
“It’s not going to be able to support the kind of growth that the NFL has experienced,” he says.
L.J. Smith, a sports business consultant and former NFL vice president of business development, says NFL can still be profitable even if its audience is small.
“There’s always a risk when you try to start up a new product.
But it’s not impossible to do that, and I think there’s a market for a sports network that could be really profitable,” Smith says.