Verizon Renews NFL Deal


The National Football League has renegotiated its deal with Verizon to stream games to mobile devices in a $2.25 billion arrangement, according to reports.

That means the NFL can’t shop mobile rights to digital platforms like Amazon, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

In the past two years, Verizon acquired AOL and Yahoo for their digital advertising potential, assembling them in a new division called Oath. The NFL deal gives Verizon the right to stream games to its Go90 mobile video app and Yahoo Sports, among its other properties.

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