Why is there a huge discrepancy in how many fans are at home when the game is televised?
ESPN has released a report which reveals a lot of fans don’t see their team play live on TV.
ESPN is calling it “a major story”.
There is a lot more information in the report but the gist of it is: Fans are watching live on-demand games on ESPN3 but not seeing them.
For example, on average, ESPN3 viewers watch 3.3 hours of live television a day.
But fans are missing out on the biggest event in sports, the big game.
The study was done by Nielsen and it found that about 20% of ESPN3 households don’t have live access to the game.
The majority of fans who do have live TV coverage don’t actually see the game on TV, but rather they are able to watch ESPN on their phone or tablet.
In other words, the majority of people are missing a huge part of their viewing experience.ESPN says there are about 30 million homes in the US that don’t get access to live sports coverage on their televisions.
To add to the confusion, ESPN says more than 10 million people are not watching live sports on their TVs because they don’t want to, or can’t, pay for it.
There are also millions of viewers who don’t watch sports at all because they are in bed, are busy with school, or have other commitments.
What ESPN has done is created a massive gap in the viewership that fans don�t see.
According to Nielsen, the average TV viewing audience in the U.S. is about 1.5 million, which is a slight decline from the 1.9 million average in 2006.
In the U: The problem is exacerbated when it comes to the big games, like the Super Bowl.
While ESPN is calling the problem a “major story”, the reality is it is just a matter of time before the numbers start coming in.