CBS expands NFL streaming rights to include mobile devices

(News Service)- On Monday the CBS Corp expanded its streaming agreement with the National Football League in order to include the mobile devices and broadened the rights through the 2022 season.

The deal will be aided by the NFL in order to get in touch with the consumers who do not will to subscribe for a television package. In the past years, the football league has been trying to expand its arms and get in touch by sprouting its games over the web amidst declining ratings.

If you are a subscriber, then you will be able to witness the complete NFL 2018 live on CBS’s all-access video portal, that includes mobile phones, tablets and all other devices that support the CBS application. The application is also supported on connected devices such as Roku Players, Apple TV, and Chromecast said the CBS.

The streaming agreements of the NFL are close akin to the companies such as Twenty-First Century Fox and the Verizon Communications Inc.

In the early 2018 Fox had agreed to pay over $3 billion in order to air the NFL games held on Thursday night. The game would be aired on the Fox broadcast network for the next five seasons said the reporters.

by Sawan Kumar on June 26, 2018

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