Unbeaten Teams Lift NFL Net Prospects

Reynolds, Mike
December 2009
Multichannel News;12/21/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 47, p3
The article reports on the status of broadcasting firm NFL Network's deal with Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints for sports broadcasting coverage in the U.S. On December 19, 2009, NFL has closed three distribution deals with both sports teams. Moreover, it also becomes the second-highest level service provider due to the migration of broadcasting firm Comcast Corp.'s service from sports tier to digital classic, the launch of its scoring channel NFL RedZone and NFL Network.


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