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Liberty Media CEO Sees Amazon Driving Big Tech’s TV Sports Rights Ambitions

"They're only going to get more serious over time," Greg Maffei told an investors conference about the e-commerce giant eyeing live sports agreements, including with the NFL in the U.S. market.

Amazon Renews Streaming Deal for NFL’s ‘Thursday Night Football’

The e-commerce giant is getting back into the arena, bringing 11 more regular season games to Amazon Prime members through 2019.

Fox Nears ‘Thursday Night Football’ Deal

Reports suggest Fox is looking to pay significantly more than the $450 million current rights holders CBS and NBC are paying.

TV Ratings: Rams’ Loss Pulls Poor ‘TNF’ Showing in Los Angeles

The imported team loses to Seattle, where four times as many households watched the game.

Twitter to Stream Thursday Night Football Games

The 10 matchups broadcast on NBC, Fox and the NFL Network will also be available for free worldwide on the social media platform.

CBS, NBC Split Rights to Thursday Night Football

The $450 million deal gives each network five games to be simulcast on NFL Network.

CBS, NFL Ink New Deal for Thursday Night Football

The eight-game deal is for the 2015 season, with an additional year at the NFL's option.

‘Thursday Night Football’ Takes On Domestic Violence for Second Week

Ads running during the broadcast included spots for U2's new album and Fox Searchlight's 'The Drop'

See CBS Sports’ James Brown’s Powerful Speech Against Domestic Violence

The anchor calls on men to do something: "Our silence is deafening and deadly"

CBS Pulls Rihanna Song From NFL Pregame Show in Light of Ray Rice Scandal

'Thursday Night Football' is changing its format to offer updates on the story

CBS Earnings Fall But Beat Analyst Estimates

Like other entertainment conglomerates before it, CBS dramatically increases its share buyback program.

CBS and NFL Talk ‘Thursday Night Football’ Future

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.