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CBS All Access mobile NFL game streaming starts this season

CBS All Access mobile NFL game streaming starts this season

CBS All Access subscribers will be able to stream NFL games on their mobile devices starting this upcoming fall, the company has announced. The new streaming option is made possible via the company's extended agreement with the NFL, which adds mobile streaming rights onto the package. The new streaming pact is good through 2022.

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ESPN gets Monday Night Football mobile streaming rights until 2021

ESPN gets Monday Night Football mobile streaming rights until 2021

NFL mobile streaming news continues to roll in with ESPN making the latest announcement: it has nabbed mobile streaming rights for Monday Night Football. This new streaming arrangement will start next year and run through the conclusion of the 2021 NFL season. This announcement follows NBC's own football announcement, that itself following Verizon's latest NFL deal.

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NBC gets NFL Sunday Night Football mobile streaming rights

NBC gets NFL Sunday Night Football mobile streaming rights

NBC has acquired the rights to stream Sunday Night Football on mobile starting with the 2018 season, it has announced. The network will stream these games on all devices that support it, including phones and tablets, computers, and smart TVs. NBC will be able to stream the games under its TV Everywhere platform, including the ability to extend its streaming rights to its telecom, cable, satellite, and virtual MVPD partners.

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NFL live games will be available on any mobile carrier in 2018

NFL live games will be available on any mobile carrier in 2018

Verizon subscribers have long had the perk of live NFL mobile game streaming, but that will change next year. Verizon and the National Football League have announced a new deal that will bring live game streaming to any carrier in the US starting in 2018, including the Super Bowl. Streaming access will be available via Yahoo and Yahoo Sports in addition to the NFL app and Verizon's go90.

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NFL renews Microsoft Surface deal for another year

NFL renews Microsoft Surface deal for another year

It's hard to believe five years have passed since Microsoft struck a deal with the NFL over its Surface tablet, but that is indeed the case. The contract wasn't without its problems -- the Surface was called an iPad on more than one occasion -- but that hasn't prevented a contract renewal between the two companies.

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NFL-themed Xbox One controllers have arrived

NFL-themed Xbox One controllers have arrived

As we find ourselves pretty much smack in the middle of the NFL season, Microsoft has announced a new way for fans to show some team spirit. Beginning today, you can order a special Xbox One controller with your favorite team's logo emblazoned on it. The controller is available through Xbox Design Lab, but if you want one, you should be prepared to shell out.

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Intel installs fleet of 5K UHD cameras in 11 NFL stadiums

Intel installs fleet of 5K UHD cameras in 11 NFL stadiums

Intel has installed 5K Ultra HD cameras in 11 NFL stadiums, providing technology that will result in more immersive and, frankly, very cool game highlights. Each stadium has been fitted with 38 cameras positioned around the field, enabling video to be captured from every angle. This is part of what Intel calls freeD technology.

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Twitter and NFL pen new video deal, but don’t expect games

Twitter and NFL pen new video deal, but don’t expect games

Twitter and the NFL have a history together, one that used to provide Twitter users with live streaming NFL games for free. The two entities have announced yet another partnership, one that will revolve around a live show that Twitter will then offer to its own users weekly. There's one big difference between this new partnership and the ones from days gone by, however: there won't be any free live streaming football games, with the NFL instead providing video clips, pre-game coverage, and a 30-minute 'live digital show.'

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Amazon Prime to offer 10 streaming Thursday night NFL games

Amazon Prime to offer 10 streaming Thursday night NFL games

Amazon has struck a new deal with the NFL that will result in it offering 10 Thursday night football games. The games will be available for Amazon Prime members to stream over the Internet, according to sources, which say the deal is only for one year and that it is valued at about $50 million. This marks the NFL's latest foray into the online streaming world, with the League having previously struck a similar streaming deal with Twitter and more.

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NFL streaming: how to watch football without CBS All Access

NFL streaming: how to watch football without CBS All Access

CBS has announced that its users will be able to stream some NFL games starting this upcoming Sunday. CBS says this is a multi-year deal between it and the NFL; once it kicks off, CBS All Access will offer all the NFL on CBS games, including halftime coverage, Thursday Night Football, and more. If you're not a CBS All Access customer, though, or if you prefer greater access to NFL content, you've got a few other streaming options.

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Twitter’s video app arrives on Android TV with live NFL content

Twitter’s video app arrives on Android TV with live NFL content

Twitter has officially launched its new Twitter for Android TV app, giving Android TV users the ability to access video content streamed on the service. This content includes live NFL games, among other things, and marks yet another video app option for those using Google's television software. The app currently sits at version 1.0 and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store now.

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Microsoft Surface dumped by Patriots coach Bill Belichick

Microsoft Surface dumped by Patriots coach Bill Belichick

For all of its mobile division woes, Microsoft's line of Surface tablets has managed to attract its share of praise - unless we're talking about New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. What was supposed to make the coach's job on the sidelines easier has only been a frustration for Belichick. Now, he says, he's done with the tablet and returning to the way things used to work.

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