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Twin Cities sports startup acquires Wisconsin Sports Network

TST (Team Sport Technologies) Media finalized the deal Friday. The Pioneer Press reports the northeast Minneapolis-based company started in 2004 and is now used by more than 2,000 sports leagues across the country.
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TST (Team Sport Technologies) Media finalized the deal Friday. The Pioneer Press reports the northeast Minneapolis-based company started in 2004 and is now used by more than 2,000 sports leagues across the country.

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