DraftKings Selects Asset TV’s NYC Studio for Live Interviews with CNBC and other Prominent TV Networks as the Company Responds to U.S. Supreme Court Decision

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As the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to strike down the 25-year old Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (“PASPA”) DraftKings, a leading daily fantasy sports contest provider, was ready to participate in multiple live interviews with CNBC and other major TV networks worldwide. DraftKing’s CEO Jason Robins was pre-positioned at Asset TV’s premier New York City Studio with access to HD broadcast remote links, green room facilities and a fully customizable environment to ensure the highest quality network connections.

“Senior executives across all industries continue to recognize the importance of video, including live broadcasting, to ensure that they are seen and heard by key constituents like investors and customers,” said Neil Jeffery, Asset TV EVP – Head of Americas. “DraftKings selected Asset TV’s New York City Studio for its high-caliber facilities, experienced staff and central location right in the heart of Manhattan.”

The Asset TV New York City Studio’s features include:

  • HD Broadcast Quality Equipment

  • Live Streaming and Live Shots

  • Green Room Facilities

  • Fully Customizable Studio Environment

  • Equipped with Green Screen

  • On-Site Editing and Post Production

To learn more please visit http://www.nycitystudio.com and http://www.assettv.com.

About Asset TV
400,000 advisers, pension funds, consultants, family offices and wealth managers across the globe trust Asset TV for their due diligence, validation, research and learning. Asset TV supports investment professionals, with CE and CPD accredited research and learning videos. Fund managers film with Asset TV, sponsor thought leadership programmes and syndicate their in-house content on Asset TV websites. The company was established in 2003 and has offices in London, New York and San Francisco, with dedicated websites for advisers in the UK, US, Canada, Europe, Asia and South Africa.

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