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  1. DirecTV Reportedly Close to NFL Sunday Ticket Extension

    10:14 am 8/25/2014

    The satellite TV giant would retain exclusive rights to the popular football package into the next decadeRead more

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  2. M.I.A. Resolves NFL's War Over Super Bowl Middle Finger

    1:07 pm 8/22/2014

    The football league sought $16.6 million in arbitrationRead more

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  3. NFL Now App Added to Apple TV

    1:04 pm 8/20/2014

    Weeks before the season begins, Apple TV users have another way to follow their favorite teamRead more

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  4. NFL Reportedly Wants Artists to Pay to Play the Super Bowl Halftime Show

    7:23 am 8/20/2014

    Call it the "nothing's free league"Read more

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  5. NFL Network's Rich Eisen Lands DirecTV Talk Show

    10:01 am 8/15/2014

    Eisen will enter his 11th season at NFL Network and continue to host 'NFL GameDay Morning'Read more

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  6. Canadian Ad Agencies to Compete for Super Bowl Spot

    10:41 am 8/11/2014

    CTV will feature the winning commercial during the local broadcast of the big gameRead more

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  7. Inside the NFL's Plan to Take on Yahoo, ESPN With New App

    5:00 am 8/7/2014

    UPDATED: After years of seeing its rivals dominating highlights and fantasy football, the NFL Now app seeks to compete in the mega-billion-dollar market of "companion content."Read more

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  8. 'Hunger Games' Actor Wes Chatham, 'American Ninja Warrior' Co-Host Jenn Brown Expecting Baby

    3:58 pm 7/31/2014

    May the odds be ever in their kid's favor.Read more

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  9. Staples Center's First Employee Named President, Talks Bid to Lure NFL Draft to L.A.

    10:00 am 7/23/2014

    Newly promoted industry veteran Lee Zeidman also heads the Nokia Theatre and L.A. Live. NFL officials recently sized up his facilities during the BET Awards and ESPYs.Read more

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  10. CBS and NFL Talk 'Thursday Night Football' Future

    4:42 pm 7/17/2014

    Leslie Moonves talks about using fall's eight games to woo the league into a long-term deal, while commissioner Roger Goodell is adamant that some games stay on the NFL Network.Read more

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