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1.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ. Thursday Night Football may look a little different in 2023. Amazon is in talks with the National Football League to allow it to stream games exclusively on …

2.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Amazon.com Inc. could get exclusive streaming rights to National Football League Thursday night games — which would still be broadcast on traditional television in local markets of the teams …

3.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

The National Football league (NFL) is close to a media rights deal with Amazon.com Inc’s Prime Video service, which would allow the streaming platform to carry many games exclusively, the Wall …

4.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Amazon has become an aggressive bidder for sports rights here and abroad. The company already has a relationship with the NFL as it has held streaming rights for Thursday night football since 2017.

5.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Amazon has held streaming rights for Thursday Night Football since 2017 for a reported rights fee of $75 million per season. Those games though have been shared with other NFL television broadcast …

6.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Article content. The National Football league (NFL) is close to a media rights deal with Amazon.com Inc’s Prime Video service, which would allow the streaming platform to carry many games exclusively, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

7.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Amazon wants to be the National Football League’s exclusive producer of Thursday games starting in 2023, but the NFL may decide to keep certain games on the NFL Network and take less money from …

8.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Amazon.com (AMZN) is in talks with the NFL to carry more exclusive games, as high-profile rights talks are shaping up for TV networks to pay nearly twice as much as they currently do

9.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

Amazon in talks with NFL for Prime Video rights deal: WSJ By Syndicated Content 22h ago (Reuters) – The National Football league (NFL) is close to a media rights deal with Amazon.com Inc’s Prime Video service, which would allow the streaming platform to carry many games exclusively, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

Amazon in talks with NFL for Prime Video rights deal: WSJ

10.Amazon wants more NFL rights: WSJ

(Reuters) – The National Football league (NFL) is close to a media rights deal with Amazon.com Inc’s Prime Video service, which would allow the streaming platform to carry many games exclusively, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. A deal with Amazon would result in a significant number of Thursday night games exclusively on Prime […]

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1.Amazon Reports Record Sales in Holiday Quarter

It marked the first time Amazon reported more than $100 billion in quarterly … Write to Sebastian Herrera at [email protected] Corrections & Amplifications Amazon.com is making a …

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1  Amazon Eyes NFL, NBA, Other Sports for Prime Service
Amazon has its eyes on securing rights to major sports packages for its Prime service and has held talks with numerous sports leagues. WSJ’s Shalini Ramachandran explains on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com …
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1.Criticism of Amazon

(WSJ) investigation found third-party retailers selling over 4,000 unsafe, banned, or deceptively labeled products on Amazon.com. According to the WSJ

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3.NFL on CBS

Retrieved October 5, 2020. Flint, Joe (October 14, 2020). "WSJ News Exclusive | Amazon Expands NFL Coverage With Playoff Game". The Wall Street Journal. ISSN 0099-9660…