NFL Net Scores Charter Pact

Reynolds, Mike
August 2011
Multichannel News;8/8/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 31, p28
The article reports on the deal between the National Football League (NFL) and Charter Communications Inc. for carriage of the 24/7 channel of the league and NFL RedZone, the leagues's scoring and highlights service. It states that the deal allows the customers of Charter Communications to access NFL Network's video on demand (VOD) offering. It adds that Charter Communications also expanded its marketing relationship with the St. Louis Rams football team.


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