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NFL Now to offer extra football content through free, paid apps

updated 01:41 pm EST, Thu January 30, 2014

Archive NFL videos, highlights, analysis in NFL Now app

The National Football League (NFL) is introducing a new online streaming initiative for fans of the sport, that allows them to follow their teams on any digital platform they choose, alongside its existing apps. NFL Now is billed as a digital network that offers fans the ability to watch a range of video content produced by the teams as well as NFL Films, as the organization moves to embrace Internet distribution.

Though it stops short of offering live streams of matches to users of the free app, it will provide video highlights, analysis, and archive content, with fans able to narrow down content by teams and specific players, reports The Verge. A paid premium service called NFL Now Plus will be abailable, providing more "video content and features" for an undisclosed monthly fee.

NFL Now (via The Verge)
NFL Now (via The Verge)


Using Verizon, Yahoo, and Microsoft as launch partners, the NFL hopes to launch NFL Now with apps for iOS, Android, Windows, and Xbox One, as well as through a web browser, in July.



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