ESPN has been working on a new water filter for its ESPN2 streaming service, according to multiple sources.
The company has been developing a new technology that can help it capture the pollutants that are emitted from its sports channels.
ESPN has made the technology available to fans and is expected to unveil the technology at the company’s investor day on Monday.
The new technology will work with a water filter that comes with a sensor, according a report by the Wall Street Journal.
The technology is similar to one that ESPN used to filter water from the stadium at Candlestick Park in San Francisco last year, the paper reported.
It’s unclear when the technology will be released, and ESPN did not immediately respond to a request for comment.ESPN has struggled to compete with cable networks in the streaming world and ESPN3 has been struggling to gain traction in that space as well.