World Cup: Better last-mile broadband drives bigger streaming audience

Having a rabid local fanbase for soccer certainly drives the amount of World Cup streamed viewing that goes on in any specific country, but data shows that the quality of last-mile broadband penetration is also a big factor. FierceOnlineVideo has a complete look at this dynamic here. 

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