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The Olympics ESPN dot outbid by Comcast takes out of -- obviously.
The bits that you put in -- so much lower than what Comcast but it.
Did you -- bit.
Q did you miss the opportunity because ESPN didn't gauge the price properly or was that what you were gonna do -- that's -- -- -- -- -- All not at all we.
What we -- home with the making of it as we.
Right up right on for our economic.
I would be delighted to get the Olympics world class property of the right that we did beyond that it would make good business and so I would disappoint.
-- -- Comcast let's look at the numbers -- four point 38 billion dollars ESPN and that was your 20/20 for the games.
ESP -- -- one point four billion for 2016.
Did Comcast overpay to walk not gonna speak to another company financials they'll have obviously.
Question themselves as -- pointed out we're very comfortable with where we are -- -- -- ended up I wanna congratulate Comcast from the IOC.
Friends -- -- -- Very -- -- -- very nice to contest but I look at Comcast and I think.
People are saying they spent that much money and not because they were afraid of anybody else but he.
'cause they were afraid ESPN meaning if you guys have gotten the Olympics.
You could then turn around and demand higher pear trees.
And what Comcast -- a pain.
Is still below if they take take losses is still below what they would've had to pay out.
For you guys demanding later hey we've got premium programming at the Olympics.
Well it's all speculation so we'll never know where all that would have fit in how we're very moment where we are programming next Monday Night Football -- -- -- -- -- -- Masters major golf and tennis.
So we're very comfortable with our Nixon.
Confident that the value that we're getting podcasts and other distributors.
Right on what we're delivering -- top prep football NFL is that going to be a season -- What we're optimistic and we hope so.
There will be a deal the only question -- win.
We're certainly hopeful that they will be playing -- always get.
If they're not we'll figure out how to program.
Successfully without of them from college football that we can.
Make the best we have -- your contingency plan is to -- sports center.
What -- normal football program when it.
Well we're not gonna play college ball on Monday night but we have more football programming than anyone else in the market so between that and the ability to -- Sports center and other studio shows that we successfully counter program.
If there's a shortened season how will that affect the advertising revenue for Q4 for -- -- part of Disney's earnings.
Well I don't -- a big impact.
Up from market is extremely strong already.
We've got many major advertisers who want to advertise in the fourth quarter regardless of what the NFL playing -- not -- there's other options.
From that money around most of the conversations.
There were exploring with advertising right now I don't -- Think you have -- -- some.
Much if you look at all of sports.
You you know have instead of just ESPN which was all sports TV the only ones along the space in the past that it got the yes network you've got lakers TV.
You yourself struck -- television contract for a lot of money to the University of Texas sports.
How do you remain at the top when all of these teams are looking at the models that have been created for things like -- network yes network as a way to Atlanta.
We want our own network and how will you continue to be able -- talk about Apple's next.
While it's really three things our mission the culture of the company and our brand.
Our mission is sort of sports fans we'll continue to look for ways to -- that like the Longhorn Network that would get them -- to -- related here.
Our culture which is -- focus on innovation.
Hard work on for pluralism being first to market those kinds of things that really yes there's no we'll we'll continue to do and lastly the brand.
He has been rendered the strongest -- need you Raymond United States and in many parts of the world -- what.
In a world where there's numerous choices.
Many of which you mentioned people gravitate fourteen years in brandishing what we're doing.
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