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Briefly: NFL Mobile app launches, Lovefilm gains kid-friendly content

updated 12:49 pm EDT, Mon August 5, 2013

Cross-platform NFL Mobile app offers news updates, limited video streams

The NFL is introducing its new mobile app for iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone. The revised cross-platform app will provide news, video highlights and other game data, with Verizon customers paying $5 per month being able to watch selected full games through the device and view extra RedZone content, according to All Things D. Other users with subscriptions to certain pay TV services can also gain access to certain types of content, though the Wall Street Journal reports that current rights allocations to companies will be shaken up next year.

Amazon adds NBCUniversal childrens films, TV shows to Lovefilm service


Lovefilm has made an agreement with NBC Universal to expand the content available on the video streaming service in the UK, on top of the existing multi-year deal. The new additions consist of movies and TV series aimed at children, with the new franchises including The Land Before Time, Rastamouse, and Curious George being available to view from today onwards.



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