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|03-08-2016, 08:50 AM||#1|
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Facebook going after NFL streaming rights
Facebook is going after the right to stream NFL games.
The social media giant is among the companies bidding for the league's online streaming package for Thursday games, which will hit the auction block later this month. Last month, CBS and NBC reached a deal to pay $450 million combined to air Thursday games for the next two years, but the live stream rights are being sold separately.
amazon, Verizon and Apple are also reportedly among the bidders for the rights.
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