ESPN will begin early next year to expand its streaming of “Monday Night Football” as well as NFL highlights to authenticated viewers on all devices and platforms—including mobile phones—under the terms of a new deal with the National Football League, the sport networks announced today.
There will be a new team taking part in the 2018 NFL playoffs—albeit not on the field—as Verizon and the NFL have announced a multi-year partnership that will have Verizon live stream in-market and national games on its portfolio of premium digital and mobile media properties.
NFL fans won’t have to watching on their TV at homes to get the best highlights, as Intel and the National Football League are partnering to deliver Intel’s freeD technology to eight new stadiums, bringing the total to 11 across the league.
The Kudelski Group announced Monday that its OpenTV, Inc. subsidiary has filed a patent infringement suit against NFL Enterprises, LLC in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
The ongoing blackout between Tribune and Dish could soon effect the upcoming NFL season, at least for one market
NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers may be doing a touchdown dance today, as DirecTV has announced that it will now allow all subscribers of the NFL package to stream live out of market regular season games.
After a reported bidding war for the rights to exclusively stream Thursday Night Football (TNF) games next season, the NFL has announced that Twitter has emerged as the winner.
Apartment residents and university students granted access to football service.