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  • A Look Inside How ESPN Gets Ready For Super Bowl 50

    Before it’s made apparent by my remarks, I don’t know jack shit about football. I can watch a game with a Bud Light in hand and unassumingly make my way through a plate of snacks and know when the right time to yell at the ref or give a high five is, but eh it’s not my thing. What I was really interested in when I rolled into ESPN’s Marina Green mobile studio in San… Read More

  • NFL's 1ST and Future

    Watch 12 Startups Pitch The NFL At 1st And Future Here

    Tomorrow, the Broncos and Panthers will battle it out for the right to call themselves the champions of Super Bowl 50. Today, just miles away from the stadium, twelve startups are battling it out in front of a room full of NFL executives, team owners, and investors. Want to watch it go down live? Here’s the live stream. Read More

  • Snoop Dogg On Why He’s Investing in GameOn

    Snoop Dogg On Why He’s Investing in GameOn

    A new sports conversation app called GameOn has secured an investment from Snoop Dogg, TechCrunch has learned. The rapper has added onto the seed round, which also included former NFL players Joe Montana and Lawyer Milloy. Snoop told TechCrunch that he’s investing in the app because he “loves sports” and he thinks it’s a good way to chat about the games. “Fans… Read More

  • Report: NFL Will Live-Stream All London Games, Bidders Include Apple & Google

    Report: NFL Will Live-Stream All London Games, Bidders Include Apple & Google

    The NFL continues to embrace streaming as it furthers its attempts to reach a generation of fans who don’t necessarily tune in through traditional TV viewing. In addition to today’s news that all of the 2015 NFL postseason games will be streamed live online and on mobile, a new Reuters report has surfaced which indicates the NFL plans to live-stream all three of the games… Read More

  • The NFL’s First Live-Streamed Game On Yahoo Attracted Over 15 Million Viewers

    The NFL’s First Live-Streamed Game On Yahoo Attracted Over 15 Million Viewers

    Yahoo and the NFL this morning said that over 15 million people tuned into the first-ever global live stream of a regular season NFL game, hosted by Yahoo on Sunday, which featured a match-up Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars. The event was fairly historic in nature, as it served as an initial step in the NFL’s plans to offer more of its games available via streaming services in… Read More

  • NFL Games, Including The Super Bowl, Come To TuneIn

    NFL Games, Including The Super Bowl, Come To TuneIn

    Live radio and podcast streaming network TuneIn this morning announced a deal that will see it offering live, play-by-play coverage of all NFL games to its premium subscribers. The multi-year partnership will provide NFL fans with audio feeds from every game, from preseason through the regular season and postseason, including the Super Bowl, the companies say. Read More

  • The NFL And Snapchat Partner On Weekly “Live Story” Videos

    The NFL And Snapchat Partner On Weekly “Live Story” Videos

    The NFL has teamed up with Snapchat. No, you won’t be able to watch games through the social messaging and video-sharing app, of course, but NFL fans are now able to watch exclusive, original videos through Snapchat’s “Live Story” feature, which will offer a combination of user-submitted snaps mixed with official content that promises “inside access”… Read More

  • CBS To Live Stream Select Regular Season NFL Games, Including For The First Time, The Thanksgiving Day Game

    CBS To Live Stream Select Regular Season NFL Games, Including For The First Time, The Thanksgiving Day Game

    Catering to a TV-viewing audience that increasingly watches on a variety of connected devices, including mobile phones and tablets, CBS has announced plans to live-stream coverage of two regular-season NFL games for the first time. In addition, the network will also live-stream four playoff games and Super Bowl 50 from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The streaming coverage… Read More

  • NFL’s Twitter Video Deal Came And Its Deal With Facebook Went

    NFL’s Twitter Video Deal Came And Its Deal With Facebook Went

    Today, the WSJ reported that the NFL’s video test with Facebook ended “quietly” earlier this year. The publication also referred to it as a “partnership,” a term that is used very loosely in business, especially here in the Valley. The test involved promoting Verizon-sponsored, NFL-related clips within people’s news feeds with post-roll ads. We’re… Read More

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