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DirecTV ends NASCAR sponsorship and HotPass service


DirecTV has announced it is terminating its sponsorship of NASCAR and its HotPass service amid high costs and low fan demand. According to a report from Sports Business Journal, DirecTV is ending its five-year-old service that allowed subscribers to watch four channels of in-car video and driver audio during NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races. Fans were initially charged $10 per race ...
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