NFLThe National Football League will launch a digital streaming network called NFL Now this summer, ahead of the 2014 NFL season.

The network will include game highlights and videos sourced from the NFL's 32 teams, NFL Network, NFL.com and NFL Films, in addition to a vault of NFL videos. Live team press conferences will be available, as well. There will also be a paid subscription service that will provide premium content, though details and pricing have yet to be determined.

The new network will mix game highlights, live streams of press conferences, originally produced content from the league and its 32 teams, and content already being produced for the NFL cable network and NFL.com. Users will be able to tailor the stream of content to their interests, following their favorite teams and players. The league claims that no two fans will have the exact same NFL Now channel.

The service will be available on U.S. mobile devices for Verizon Wireless customers because of that company's partnership with the NFL, including the iPhone and iPad, while international customers will get the service free around the world. It is also a possible candidate for the Apple TV, which as seen a number of new content channels in recent months.

More details on the channel will be released later this year.

The NFL's existing iOS app includes scores, team alerts, NFL.com fantasy football and more, with Verizon customers able to upgrade to premium features including streaming the NFL RedZone channel and all NFL games on Thursday, Sunday and Monday Nights. [Direct Link]

Top Rated Comments

ovrlrd Avatar
132 months ago
I hate how this is Verizon only. What is this, 2006? When carrier-specific services like this were still a thing?

No this is 2014, where due to the end of net neutrality, we will have even more of this nonsense.
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ovrlrd Avatar
132 months ago
Oh the joys of an outdated distribution model.

The old technology and revenue model used by NFL broadcasters continues to maintain their stranglehold on the great american pastime.

The NFL probably won't have a subscription model for watching games anytime in the next 5-7 years. Meanwhile MLB and other sports leagues are able to do this just fine, with the exception of maybe blacking out local games.

So yeah, don't waste your money on this.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Sky Blue Avatar
132 months ago
so no live games? and Verizon only?
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e-coli Avatar
132 months ago
No live games? Yeah no thanks. I'll just get my games via antenna for free.

I'm really souring on the NFL.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
simon48 Avatar
132 months ago
Don't they have the NFL Game Pass? I mean, they do. I'm using it in Belgium since ESPN America decided not to broadcast the games anymore...

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It's called NFL Game Pass.

NFL Game Pass is not available in the US.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
curmudgeon32 Avatar
132 months ago
Live team press conferences will be available, as well.

Oooh! Live press conferences! Where do I sign up?
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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