ESPN is using new technology to bring viewers to streaming platforms like YouTube and Netflix more easily.
The technology is being used by the ESPN family of platforms and will be rolled out over the next few months to more of its subscribers.
The new technology allows viewers to choose to see or skip videos and other content.
It also gives users the ability to select whether they want to view content that’s only available in their own homes or via a cable provider.
The company says this will allow people to watch a sports game live or via other services, like the MLB Network or ESPN3.
ESPN says this is the first time that consumers have the ability in their homes to skip content that is only available to subscribers.
It adds that it is working with multiple TV networks and cable companies to bring this functionality to more viewers.
The move is part of a larger effort to increase the number of viewers that are able to stream sports from ESPN’s streaming service.
Last year, ESPN rolled out new video services that are exclusive to subscribers and are tailored to each subscriber.
ESPN is still one of the only companies to offer live streaming and the company says it will be adding other video services soon.
ESPN has long been a leader in bringing viewers to online sports platforms.
Earlier this year, the company launched the ESPN app on mobile devices and in the coming months, it will also roll out a live streaming service that will allow subscribers to watch live content on their computers and smartphones.