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NFL in Huddle With Tech Companies Over Streaming

By Donna Fuscaldo With the National Football League selling the streaming rights to its “Thursday Night Football” games for the 2017-18 season, a handful of technology heavy hitters including Facebook Inc. (FB), Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), Twitter Inc. (TWTR) and Alphabet … Continue reading


 

IFL partners with YouTube, will LIVE-stream all football games in 2017

By: NBC Nebraska Sports Nebraska Danger football fans will soon be able to watch every game from any place with an internet connection. The Indoor Football League announced Tuesday it has partnered with video-streaming website YouTube to LIVE-stream all football … Continue reading


 

NFL announces 96 classic games to go on YouTube

Posted by Michael David Smith After surveying fans about which classic games they most wanted to watch again, the NFL has announced 96 games that will be uploaded in full to the league’s official YouTube channel next month. The league … Continue reading

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The NFL is adding dozens of classic games to YouTube

By: James Vincent @jjvincent The NFL has renewed its “strategic partnership” with YouTube — a bit of boring-sounding news that has exciting consequences for football fans: it means more NFL content online. As part of the deal, the NFL will be … Continue reading

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NFL to Broadcast a Game Nationally Via Internet Only

By: KEVIN CLARK For the first time in its history, the NFL will use something other than television to distribute the national broadcast of a football game, a person familiar with the situation said on Monday. The decision was made Monday … Continue reading