Amazon said that the live coverage of ten NFL Thursday Night Football games on Prime Video this season reached more than 17 million combined viewers in over 200 countries and territories.
The Perform Group will market the NFL’s television broadcast rights in various global territories and the premium digital subscription product NFL Game Pass outside the United States and Europe.
Twitter’s stream of its first NFL Thursday Night Football game was watched by 243,000 people during an average minute of the game, compared to 15.4 million people watching CBS and the NFL Network.
UK-based media company Perform Group has launched its OTT live sports portal DAZN (“Da Zone”) in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
UK-based media company Perform Group will launch a multiscreen OTT subscription service for sports fans in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in summer 2016.
The competition for the 50th Super Bowl enters the final stage with eight teams remaining in the battle.
In a special move promoting its HD service to American Football fans, German platform operator M7 Deutschland will drop the encryption of TV channels Sat.1 HD and ProSieben Maxx HD during the NFL Playoffs for the 50th edition of the Super Bowl.
German commercial TV broadcaster ProSieben Maxx will transmit live matches of the National Football League (NFL) from autumn 2015.
The National Football League (NFL) has selected Yahooas its exclusive partner to deliver the first-ever live stream of an NFL game to a global audience across devices and for free.
Fox International Channels will broadcast Super Bowl XLVIII live on its channels in Europe for the first time.