It's been three months since one of Canada's "Most Powerful Women" Mary Ann Turke joined the National Football League as its president, digital media and NFL Network. In her new post Turcke is tackling what the future of distribution and production will look like for one of America's, and increasingly the world's, most cherised sports. in fact, it is the powerhouse position the NFL holds that enticed Turke to make the jump from Bell Media in Canada to Venice, California. NFL has been the most aggressive national sports league in the U.S. to expand its own entertainment offering and programming across both linear and digital channels. It's also been active in expanding fandom and viewership over seas. We caught up with Turke recently to get ...
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