A lot of people like watching sporting events from home, especially when it comes to National Football League games. It's a pretty big deal! Which is why it makes sense why Apple would want to try and lock down the streaming rights to a lot of those games, so it can get even more subscribers to Apple TV+. And it sounds like we'll finally know whether or not that will become a reality pretty soon.
Stop us if you've heard this one before: Apple may be very close to landing a deal to bring NFL Sunday Ticket to Apple TV+. This is a rumor we've been hearing for quite some time, but it sounds like things may be close to wrapping up. Or even already done, depending on who you ask.
Apple has been rumored to be trying to secure more sports content for quite some time. And it's not always the National Football League. But this time around it is, with a new report aiming to shed some light on the heated battle going on to secure one of the most sought-after streaming deals out there.
Beginning today, Sept. 27, Amazon will start live streaming Thursday night NFL games for 2018. The coverage will offer unique features not seen before for this type of sports programming.
CBS Corporation has extended its deal with the National Football League (NFL) to stream games via the CBS All Access service through 2022. Those games will also be streamed on mobile devices starting this season for the first time. This year’s package will also include Super Bowl LIII held in Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
On Sunday evening, tens of millions of people will gather around their TV sets to watch Super Bowl 52. The New England Patriots are taking on the Philadelphia Eagles for the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy, and Kickoff is set for 6:30PM ET (3:30PM PT).
For years, the rights to the Big Game have rotated between the three major networks (NBC, FOX and CBS), and this year it's NBC's turn. So if you do happen to be in front of a TV on Sunday, use your cable/satellite box or OTA antenna to tune into your local NBC affiliate to catch all the Super Bowl coverage
For those of you who aren't going to be in front of a TV set, never fear—iDB has you covered! We've rounded up the best ways for you to follow the action on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and other devices.
Football season is in full swing once again, and just like last year, Verizon is offering its customers free streaming of live local and primetime games every weekend within the NFL Mobile app.
If you are a Verizon customer, this means that you will be able to stream local games as determined by your location, Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football. To make the offer even more appealing, Verizon will not count the data used for NFL Mobile streaming against your data cap.
Twitter is in talks with Apple to bring its Twitter app to Apple TV, reports The New York Times. In a wide-ranging article on Twitter's live-streaming ambitions, the outlet said the social network could use the app to stream several NFL games this season.
For those that missed it, earlier this year Twitter beat out Facebook and other tech giants to win the rights to Thursday Night Football broadcasts. The deal is for 10 games, and the company plans to stream them all live for free (supported by ads of course).
Twitter has managed to sign an important deal with the National Football League giving it rights to exclusively live-stream as many as ten Thursday Night Football broadcasts worldwide in the next season, the companies said today.
According to Variety, Twitter will carry the games broadcast by NBC and CBS, to be simulcast on the NFL Network, too.
Free live-streams will leverage Twitter-owned Periscope.
In addition to the live games, Twitter will also stream in-game highlights from TNF and pre-game live broadcasts from players and teams before, during and after games.
Apple is among a group of tech giants vying for the rights to stream Thursday night NFL games, reports Variety. The NFL said on Monday it has reached a two-year agreement with CBS and NBC for broadcast rights, and it's been in active discussions with potential partners for digital rights.
According to Variety's sources, Apple is among those potential partners, as are Amazon, Google and Verizon Communications. The League is said to be considering a variety of scenarios, including potentially selling the rights to more than one distributor, and mixing in games played overseas.
On Sunday evening, millions of people will gather around their TV sets to watch Super Bowl 50. The game features the Denver Broncos taking on the Carolina Panthers, and kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 (ET).
For those of you who aren't going to be around a television Sunday night, but still want to follow along with the action, we've put together a list of ways you'll be able to do so using an iPhone, iPad, Mac and other devices.
Apple is in talks with the National Football League regarding streaming rights, reports Reuters. Citing two sources familiar with the situation, the outlet says the iPhone-maker is among a group of tech firms pursuing the opportunity to live-stream 3 NFL games next season.
More specifically, the companies are looking to buy the rights to conduct live streams for all three of the NFL games to be played in London next year. Yahoo hosted a live stream of a single London-based game this season, and by most accounts it was a success for both parties.