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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - December 16 2022


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Survey: Soccer interest growing but still not a priority for most Canadian sports fans

According to a Business Intelligence for B.C. survey, just over two in five Canadians (41 per cent) say they do not really care for soccer – a proportion that rises to 50 per cent among both women and Canadians aged 55 and over.

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Milk, butter, cheese likely to cost more in Canada in the new year

Milk prices in Canada are expected to go up again in the new year. The Canadian Dairy Commission said Tuesday it has approved an increase in farm gate milk prices of about 2.2 per cent, or just under two cents per litre, effective Feb. 1, 2023. The Crown corporation, which oversees Canada's dairy supply management system, said the increase is based on the rising cost of production. It comes after the commission approved two price hikes in 2022: A 2.5 per cent increase, or roughly two cents per litre, in September and an 8.4 per cent increase, or six cents per litre, in February. -CTV News

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Uber Eats Reveals Its Funniest Customer Requests of the Year

On Thursday, Uber Eats released its annual report, which the company said in a statement provides “a snapshot of the most popular, unusual, and unique delivery requests.”

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Netflix Is ‘Not Anti-Sports, We’re Just Pro-Profit,’ Ted Sarandos Says

Netflix’s Ted Sarandos again addressed the question of whether the streamer is interested in live sports — and he once again waved it off as not in the cards, at least anytime soon. “We’ve not seen a profit path to renting big sports,” said Sarandos, Netflix co-CEO and chief content officer. Tech companies like Amazon and Apple have both been aggressive in acquiring sports rights for their streaming platforms. Amazon is paying billions for exclusive rights for the NFL’s “Thursday Night Football” on Prime Video, while Apple has inked deals for Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer on Apple TV+. But Sarandos — while he gave a caveat of “never say never” about Netflix acquiring sports rights — commented that the economics of live sports are built around pay TV and don’t make sense for streaming.

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