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MLS picks SendtoNews for local digital distribution in North America

Digital video distribution platform SendtoNews has acquired exclusive rights to distribute Major League Soccer’s video content to local digital publishers across the US and Canada.

The multi-year deal will see STN distribute highlights, interviews and other content from the US soccer league to more than 1,600 local publishing partners, primarily local news and sports digital platforms.

STN adds the MLS video content to its rights portfolio that already includes agreements with Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the National Football League, the National Hockey League and the PGA Tour.

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