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Here’s How the NFL Is Beefing Up Its Digital Presence

National Football League games are the biggest draw in broadcast television, with national telecasts averaging more than 20 million weekly viewers last season for one network—NBC—alone.

NFL Has a Lot of Leverage in Negotiating TV Deals

When the NFL negotiated with TV networks on the rights to broadcast eight "Thursday Night Football" games this season, the contract stipulated that term was only for one year, that games would air simultaneously on the league's own NFL Network and that the winning bidder would cover all production costs on all sixteen "Thursday Night Football" broadcasts (including tw

The NFL Wants a Piece of the $11 Billion Fantasy Football Market

The NFL released its new NFL Now app on Wednesday to establish a presence in the digital market and tap into the fantasy league profits.

NFL Now Is About Web Video Ads, Not Cord Cutting

It's not as easy to find NFL clips on the Web as you might think. That's because the NFL hoards them on NFL.com.

NFL to Launch Ad-Supported Digital Network

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday announced plans to launch a new digital network called NFL Now, which will stream original content to a range of connected devices that includes everything from smartphones to Xboxes.