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  1. NFL Playoff Schedule 2012

    10:19 am 1/2/2012

    Twelve teams begin their quest for Super Bowl XLVI this Saturday.Read more

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  2. Analyst: NFL Renewals Will 'Raise the Cost of Doing Business' Across the TV Industry

    7:45 am 12/20/2011

    Last week's rights extensions by broadcasters will have ripple effects for pay TV operators and cable networks, says Morgan Stanley's Benjamin Swinburne.Read more

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  3. NFL Extends TV Network Broadcast Deals Through 2022

    1:03 pm 12/14/2011

    Under the agreement, the league will be able to expand its package of games on Thursday night on the NFL Network beginning next year.Read more

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  4. Canadian Regulator Ends Exclusive NHL and NFL Mobile Content Deals

    10:54 am 12/12/2011

    The CRTC rules Bell Mobility enjoyed a competitive advantage when it distributed pro hockey and football content to its own wireless phone subscribers. Read more

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  5. NFL, Broadcast Networks Close to Eight-Year TV Deal Extension (Report)

    4:49 am 12/6/2011

    New arrangements with CBS, NBC and Fox could earn the league about $3.2 billion per year, with one analyst warning of a 2014 earnings "headwind" for their owners.Read more

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  6. Tim Tebow Effect: How a Phenom Cashes In

    7:14 pm 11/30/2011

    The Jesus-loving Denver Broncos quarterback is boosting ratings and racking up endorsements despite polarizing NFL fans.Read more

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  7. NFL Launching Magazine in December

    1:32 pm 11/16/2011

    The monthly publication comes via Dauphin Media Group and retails at $5.50 per copy or $19.90 per year.Read more

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  8. Nickelback NFL Halftime Performance Protested By Detroit Residents

    1:34 pm 11/11/2011

    In a Friday announcement, the Lions decided to go ahead with their musical choice for the annual Thanksgiving Day game.Read more

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  9. CRTC Rules Against Exclusive TV Rights Deals

    2:08 pm 9/21/2011

    The regulator is forcing vertically integrated media groups to make all TV shows, including premium sporting events, available to competitors under fair and reasonable terms.Read more

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  10. Fox Sports Chief Talks Dodgers TV Deal, NFL Coverage (Q&A)

    6:58 pm 9/14/2011

    “Your guess is as good as mine,” David Hill says of how the baseball team’s bankruptcy will play out. Read more

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