NFL ‘Sunday Ticket’ headed to YouTube beginning next season

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The NFL has announced a multiyear agreement with Google for “NFL Sunday Ticket.”

The package of out-of-market Sunday afternoon games will be distributed on YouTube TV and YouTube Primetime Channels. The NFL was seeking $2.5 billion per season for the package, which has been on DirecTV since 1994. The satellite provider has paid $1.5 billion per year on an eight-year contract that expires at the end of this season.

Besides Amazon, Apple and ESPN also expressed interest in “NFL Sunday Ticket.”

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