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Peter Hutton, Facebook’s global director of live sports partnerships and programming

Peter Hutton talks about Facebook Watch's recent performance, partnership agreements, and the ‘experimental’ purpose of its traditional rights deals.

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 11: Peter Hutton, Facebook Director of Global Live Sports Partnerships and Programming, speaks during the Leaders Sport Business Summit at Stamford Bridge on October 11, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images for Leaders)

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