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slogophobia danielsapp's article
Oct 8, 2019 at 1:16
Oct 8, 2019
First Look: An Innovative Take on the Tire Plug, The Stan's Dart
"be careful here to not create a gash" In the desert, it's either pin hole that seals instantly, or huge gash. Do some real testing then you'll earn my business.
slogophobia jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 2, 2019 at 22:43
Sep 2, 2019
Rotor Confirms Full Details of 1x13 Drivetrain
Rotor is really shifting how people feel about drivetrain.
slogophobia edspratt's article
Aug 26, 2019 at 20:06
Aug 26, 2019
Final Results - EWS Northstar 2019
@yzedf: Probably, but i'm not sure what your point is. Redbull already allocates money to DH coverage. As far as borrowing funds from the highest form of racing, so you can stream a free event to the world does not provide you with the same ROI (return on investment). F1 allocates dozens of HIGH paying sponsors. Even the everyday average folks walking around are paying anywhere from $21-300 minimums just to be at each event. Even to watch the live stream costs you a minimum of $27/year. See where this is going? F1 requires a ton of money, but they also bring in money as well.
slogophobia edspratt's article
Aug 26, 2019 at 17:05
Aug 26, 2019
Final Results - EWS Northstar 2019
@tacklingdummy: Redbull doing a live stream of a DH race is manageable. Trying to cover up to 8 stages, on 8 different trails, often simultaneously is chaos. "Tougher" doesnt even begin to describe the degree of difficulty. Regardless of which consumer market is the "largest", profitability in streaming is key. Prime example is the 2018 Redbull Rampage. Like you mentioned, probably not the best consumer market but the hype is there The Youtube stream was viewed over 4.6 million times. One stream only, not including their pre and post event videos. Now go look at the EWS and Pinkbike Youtube channels. It's laughable as those videos are lucky to break 100k views a piece. Redbull's coverage of just Semenuk's winning run brought 1.3 million views. Pinkbike's highlight reel of Whistler round 6 has 93k. Redbull probably spends 100K to stream Rampage. Multiply that by at least 10 for your ideal coverage of an EWS round. If you're going to lose money, dont do it.
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