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In this Thursday, March 16, 2017 photo, Chris Nelson, right, Jessica Knight, second from right, Bobby Lester, third from right, Rick Miner, fourth from right, and Ted Wlazlowski watch the NCAA men’s basketball tournament on laptop computers from their office at FellowshipOne in Dallas. Turner Sports says that streaming March Madness games digitally on smart phones, tablets and computers is becoming increasingly popular with 29 million video startups on Thursday, the first full day of tournament action. That’s a 19 percent increase from last year. (Dave Nagel via AP)

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In this Thursday, March 16, 2017 photo, Chris Nelson, right, Jessica Knight, second from right, Bobby Lester, third from right, Rick Miner, fourth from right, and Ted Wlazlowski watch the NCAA men’s basketball tournament on laptop computers from their office at FellowshipOne in Dallas. Turner Sports says that streaming March Madness games digitally on smart phones, tablets and computers is becoming increasingly popular with 29 million video startups on Thursday, the first full day of tournament action. That’s a 19 percent increase from last year. (Dave Nagel via AP)

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